March Books

Wonder by R. J. Palacio was fantastic. Read a full review here. (10/10)

Looking for Alaska by John Green was a spring break re-read. I liked it better this time around, it’s very thought provoking and a solid debut for Green, one of my favorite authors for young adults. (8.5/10)

Triumph of the City by Edward Glaeser is a must read for people who love cities or want to understand why cities are and will continue to be so important. Triumph takes interdisciplinary look towards the future of urban centers and shows why some cities thrive and others falter. (8.5/10)

The Circle of Seasons by Kimberlee Ireton, like the name implies, examines the church year and how it contributes to a life of faith. It’s a a good introduction I’d recommend to someone starting to observe the church calendar. (8/10)

Leaving Egypt by Chuck DeGroat was fantastic, full review next week. (9.5/10)

2 responses to “March Books

  1. Have you been following DeGroat’s blog during Lent? I find it convicting, inspiring, and hopeful.

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