Reviews by bassgiraffe
On 6/18 bassgiraffe wrote: And just when I thought things were going to be perfect something would happen, trust would be broken and hearts shattered. That made me want to keep reading to hope things would get back to be good again. This book is a summer must read for anyone who loves a good Christian romance book. With the book ... Perfect for the cottage- Summer must read
On 5/30 bassgiraffe wrote: I LOVED this book. I’m not going to lie though, it’s very intense and I had to take the book in small doses, so not to stress too much. I guess the name of the book fit how it made me feel too. I just hated all the injustice that was going on and how Dr. Newman was being treated, when I knew he was ... Very Intense
On 4/3 bassgiraffe wrote: I loved every minute of this book. It had my heart racing each time I picked it up. And just when I thought the book was coming to an end there was another twist thrown in. The book also ends with the question of who should Mia date and what adventure is coming next. I can’t wait for this next book. ... Had my heart racing
On 2/27 bassgiraffe wrote: I enjoyed Asylum, but because I typically don’t have time to read in big chunks of time, it did take a little while to get into. Bazer hits the ground running and I felt bombarded by characters, relationships and terminology specific to the world of the story. Once things got going it was a very good ... Slow start with a lot of info
On 12/12 bassgiraffe wrote: “Chocolate-Covered Baloney” is the 3rd book in the Confessions of April Grace series. I’ve read the first too books and loved them, this new book did not disappoint. I love seeing April Grace grow up and even mature in her writings. This was another great read, one I would recommend to Christian ... Great fun read with a good message
On 11/16 bassgiraffe wrote: I want to start this review with a warning, *if you read at night you will stay up late to keep on reading*. Yes, that happened to me every night this week. I’d start reading at 10PM saying I’d read for only two hours, the next thing I know it would be 1 or 2 in the morning. The story is fast paced ... “Don’t worry about anything. Pray about everything."
On 11/6 bassgiraffe wrote: This book goes more into God and the Bible. The American Union has banned the Bible but the unmarked have secret Bibles that they kept and read often, seeking the truth and finding hope. I’m excited to see what the next book brings in the way of Christianity. I would recommend this book series to teens ... More about God in this one
On 9/30 bassgiraffe wrote: ...You will recognize the characters in this novel if you just look around in your own everyday life. We all know the person who thinks they have it all under control, the single mother, the loud-mouthed bully and many others that are represented in this book. One by one they are all confronted by the ... A Book that Draws you In
On 7/23 bassgiraffe wrote: This book gets you going. You can’t stop turning the pages. You never know what is going to happen and who might get hurt. It also got me thinking about my own spiritual life. Brielle was a non-believer before she met Jake. And even after she’s seen the other realm, seen what Jake can do and see ... Didn't want the book to end
On 6/20 bassgiraffe wrote: “Crazy Dangerous” was a book I couldn’t put down. I really wanted to know what would happen next and to know what the twists were. And let me tell you there a BIG twists in this book. I had a hard time coming up with how to review this book without giving any thing away. I want you to read it and get the same goose bumps I got... Couldn't put the book down!
On 5/16 bassgiraffe wrote: I loved this book. It keeps you wanting more and you fall in love with the characters and the story line. It’s definitely a perfect book for ages 14+, boys or girls. I totally recommend this book and hope to get one for my Church’s library. I think the only thing I didn’t like about this book was ... Fun and interesting book
On 3/23 bassgiraffe wrote: This is the latest book in the Triple Threat Club books written by Lis Wiehl and April Henry. The other book I read in this series is “Heart of Ice”. I loved that book so much I couldn’t wait to read this one. The book opens very suddenly with one of the members getting killed. I had come attached ... Another page turner of the Triple Threat Club books
On 2/7 bassgiraffe wrote: This is an intense, page-turning book. While the FBI and Federal prosecutor try to figure out the murder of a want to be TV reporter and the bringing of a local house. Another TV reporter digs deeper into the case. Little do they know how much they will find in common on these instances or how close ... Left me hanging
On 12/28 bassgiraffe wrote: I was so very excited to hear the second installment of the April Grace books had come out. I read the first book, “In Front of God and Everybody”, back in April and fell in love with all the characters. I especially connect well with April Grace, the main character. I may not be as “out there” ... Still Lovin' April Grace
On 11/19 bassgiraffe wrote: This book keeps you on your toes. Just when you think you have things figured out there is another twist. I laughed, cried and had many sighs of relief throughout this book. It’s a page turner you wont want to put down. I would recommend this book to everyone ages 14+ who would like a good, fast moving, ... Twists around every corner
On 10/2 bassgiraffe wrote: My kids LOVE Hermie movies and one of their favorites is the common caterpillar. When I had the chance to review the book I jumped on it. I reviewed the Kindle version so it wasn’t in color but my kids didn’t care. They wanted me to read it again and again. I love the story. It teaches kids(and adults) ... My Kids love it, an easy read too.
On 9/12 bassgiraffe wrote: WOW, I just finished this book. it took me longer then most books do but totally worth it. When I saw this book available to review on booksneeze I had to read it. When I was at MBI I studied the Holocaust and visited the Holocaust museum in D.C. and also visited a concentration camp in Dachau, Germany. ... best book I've ever read
On 8/3 bassgiraffe wrote: I love finding books that I fall in love with and this is one of them. I only wish the author would write a sequel to this book with the same characters. I fell in love with them all, even Rena who I didn’t ever trust throughout the whole book. The book starts off with each chapter being about different ... I want more
On 4/27 bassgiraffe wrote: I want to start off by saying I am so very glad to know this is the first book in a book series. I couldn’t put this book down, I wanted to keep reading to see if everyone around April Grace would finally listen to her. The book only took me 3 days to read. I would say it’s a perfect girl teen fiction ... Glad it's a series
On 4/18 bassgiraffe wrote: I love this book. It’s not a read straight through book, it’s an awesome reference book for the questions you may have as a Christian. There are 7 main categories and each one is filled with a lot of usual questions we have either asked or has heard someone ask. Max does his best to answer them including ... Great reference Book
On 4/10 bassgiraffe wrote: We love checking out Hermie movies from our church’s library, so we’ve seen “Milo, the Mantis Who Wouldn’t Pray” but the other two we’ve never seen. Even though we’ve seen one it’s nice to own it for our own now. I had to laugh on the day we watched, “Buzby and the Grumblebees”, ... We LOVE Hermie Movies
On 2/9 bassgiraffe wrote: I am the first one to say before reading this book I would always say “I wish I could change the path of my life. Is this all there is to my life?” My life seemed to be in a rut. I lived with a lot of negativity, fears and business in my life. But what could I do, this is life right? This book is ... My Life has changed
On 11/24 bassgiraffe wrote: ...The one positive of this book is if you need a quick pick-me-up for the day this book will work for you being each day is only one page long. I can tell a lot of thought and prayer went into creating this book and I feel bad not liking it and not being able to tell you guys it’s this great book. ... very dry