Reviews by SeeDog
On 4/22 SeeDog wrote: I recently received, and finished reading, 7 Men by Eric Metaxas. All I can say is, "Wow."Yes, the book really is that good a read. Metaxas does a great job of blending historical fact with historical narrative. While he definitely does include his personal beliefs in the book, it is not done in ... 7 Men Will Inspire You
On 4/5 SeeDog wrote: I read through a great deal of Dr. Richard G. Lee's The Coming Revolution, and while he and I are in the same camp of opinion, it seems as though he's willing to make almost any comparison to get his point across. There are points in the book where I was astounded by some of his claims, and while I do ... The Coming Revolution might leave you wondering...
On 1/12 SeeDog wrote: This book was given to my through Thomas Nelson's BookSneeze program in exchange for my honest review of the work.Max Lucado writes and endearing assurance to his child about how much love he has for him/her and takes this all the way into an even further assurance of eternal togetherness through faith ... Just in Case You Ever Wonder
On 10/4 SeeDog wrote: I received a copy of this book from ThomasNelson's BookSneeze program in exchange for my honest review of the material. Honestly, the only way I really know how to review a children's book is based on my children's reaction to it, and my 4-year-old twin daughter's liked this book just fine. They don't ... Night Night Blessings
On 9/15 SeeDog wrote: Max Lucado takes children on an excellent journey to greatness in this fun-loving, and highly inspired story of Hermie, a common caterpiller. There's nothing special about Hermie, he knows that, his friend Wormie knows that, and even God tells Hermie he's an ordinary caterpiller. However, God also informs ... Hermie the Common Caterpiller
On 9/15 SeeDog wrote: So here's the thing, I'm a big fan of books that actually say something, and while Andrews attempts to show some interesting history with this book, it just doesn't fit the bill for seriously useful. It barely even grazes inspirational in my opinion. I like history as much as the next guy, but I like ... The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews
On 8/29 SeeDog wrote: I received a copy of Brennan Manning and John Blase's book for children titled Smack-Dab in the Middle of God's Love from Thomas Nelson's BookSneeze blogger review program. Upon first glance, it's nothing special, just what you'd expect from your average children's book, lots of pictures and a few words. ... Smack-Dab in this Review.
On 8/10 SeeDog wrote: My wife read this book before me and she gushed over how great it was and how she really wanted to check out it's predecessor after having read it. Naturally, I was fairly excited about the book after that and decided to start reading right away. Now 2 months later I'm not even half way. It could be ... The Final Summit Reviewed
On 6/3 SeeDog wrote: Okay, okay, I admit it. I did not finish reading the entire book. I actually got it for my wife after reading the synopsis and deciding it sounded like something that might put a little wind back in her sails...and it worked! Well, sort of, she hasn't quite finished the book yet either, but she does ... The Power Based Life
On 2/1 SeeDog wrote: Andy Andrews seemlessly tells the story of 4 influential men in history from a perspective that school age children might find slightly challenging, albeit easy enough to figure out.He aims at instilling a deep insistance in young readers that all of their actions, and inactions, matter more than they ... The Boy(s) Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews
On 1/3 SeeDog wrote: Upon begining this book I wasn't really sure what to expect. The dust jacket states, very clearly, that the author is attempting to shed light on an ages old conflict in the Middle East. A conflict which very few, in fact almost no, men seem to fully understand. Bryan White does so both convinicinly ... Seeds of Turmoil
On 8/27 SeeDog wrote: This book was amazing to me in the fact that it told two very unique stories from the begining and by the end, had woven them together nearly seemlessly. To me, that is a credit to the Creator that brought these two individuals together.Denver Moore, a poor black man from Louisiana, came up in the 1960's ... Same Kind of Different As Me
On 7/11 SeeDog wrote: I obtained this through BookSneeze.com figuring 'why not, it's free' and didn't think much else of it. I enjoy reading and I needed something new, I never expected this extremely detailed account of what makes men tick and how we, as men, can use that knowledge to make sure we do the best we can for ... Review: Wild at Heart