Books Read in January

January saw a rather pitiful start to my objective of reading 500 books in the next 1001 days. An audacious goal to be sure…hopefully in subsequent months I will take the time to read more often.

In January I read the following books:

  1. Inkspell by Cornelia Funke, 635 pages – I read Inkheart several years ago and it took me this long to finally get the second book in the series. I have enjoyed the books…however if you do not enjoy or if you find fantasy objectionable reading material then this series is definitely not for you.
  2. Dug Down Deep by Joshua Harris, 231 pages – A good look at basic Christian doctrines and beliefs as well as how they should practically affect and influence daily life of the Christian. Did not completely agree with his specifics of the work of the Holy Spirit or how we’ll sit around in heaven talking.
  3. Island Inferno by Chuck Holton, 374 pages – This is the second book in Holton’s Task Force Valor series. If you enjoy reading good fiction, I would recommend his books. The first book in the series is Allah’s Fire, then Island Inferno, and finally Meltdown. These books follow a special ops team as they keep a dangerous explosive out of the hands of terrorists.

~ Melinda ~

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