Tag Archive: books

Judge a Book by Its Cover

“’How do you know what’s inside the book if you simply glance at the outside? You could pass up the opportunity to read the greatest book in the world…'”

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A Book Worth the Read

“Maybe someday you’ll think I’m a book worth reading…”

Scars: Chapter 2 – Treading in Darkness

“A leather bound book sat in her palms. Her eyes slowly ran over the pages, her fingers light in touch and careful as she turned each one…”

Cycles of Magic: A Fantasy and Science Fiction Media Montage

“I read LOTR first, and what leapt out to me was how vibrant and real this world was that Tolkien had created. He spun tales of elves, men, women, and hobbits, weaving it all into a backdrop that felt ancient with whispers of an age long gone…”

The Feast of the Seeker

“Hands carefully and tenderly holding a book, pages thick and full between fingers…”

Legends of the Lost: Catholic Adventure in Mark Adderley’s McCracken Series

Read Mark Adderley’s overview of how he came to write The McCracken Series and his understanding of Catholic Adventure.

Was Tolkien a Heretic?: Defending Tolkien’s Catholic Orthodoxy from the “Cloak-and-Dagger” Priest

Joseph Pearce, eminent Catholic literary scholar, refutes the accusations from “the cloak-and-dagger priest” that J.R.R. Tolkien’s works contain heretical elements.

My Mother’s Soul

“‘Books are meant to be read,’ she said. ‘That is how they stay alive…'”