The Accidental Exorcist
on March 05, 2011
The Accidental Exorcist had me on the edge of my seat! Very powerful story of faith and finding out what do you really believe.
Confessions of a Southern-Fried Yankee
on March 05, 2011
Confessions of a Southern-Fried Yankee is hilarious! being a New Englander, I can relate to so much she says. The parts she writes about being ADHD was too funny because I see myself in her stories.
I recommend this story to anyone who has a sense of humor, and to those who need to lighten up :)
Death and Taxes (The Accidental Acquittal)
on April 30, 2011
Death and Taxes (The Accidental Acquittal) is an interesting read. Joshua Graham once again writes a gripping tale of a man on the edge, who is haunted by his past.hat he seems to need above all is to forgive himself.
Amanda was always running, she ran to think, to escape home, to face her Father's death, then her husband's. When she needs to run most, she can't. Prison won't allow mothers who kill their children to run free.
When she faced trouble now she could only run away in her mind, perhaps this is why she can't remember strangling her son and daughter. Is her faith in God real, or an escape? Or, was it her late husband's father that caused all the mayhem? Since money is so important to him, maybe he didn't want them to inherit any money.
There are so many interesting facets to this story! It kept me on the edge of my seat til the end. The beginning seemed fragmented as the story lines were drawn out, but once it gained steam, it was an awesome book!
I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an intriguing story that isn't predictable. You'll be thinking about it long after reading it =)
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