Author Archives: ChainThree

About ChainThree

I am a daughter, sister, wife and aunt who has always loved a good yarn.

Book Review: Dogsong by Gary Paulsen

My personal rating: 5 out of 5 My three sentence synopsis: Russel is painfully unhappy with himself and his life with his father, but he can’t figure out why. His father sends him to the last Eskimo in the village … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Spaceship Next Door by Gene Doucette

My personal rating:  4 out of 5 My three sentence synopsis:  A spaceship lands outside of a small town in rural Massachusetts and for three years does nothing–or does it? Government specialist Edgar Somerville is convinced that the lack of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mouse Guard Fall 1152 by David Petersen

My personal rating:  4 out of 5 My three sentence synopsis:  After vanquishing a Weasel Warlord in the winter war of 1149 and securing peace for the mouse territories, the Mouse Guard no longer serves as soldiers but pathfinders, weather … Continue reading

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The Same Yet Different

It’s fascinating how things come back around in our lives, undulating like ocean waves. I read a lot of books in 2016 and I was having trouble keeping track of them all. Originally, part of the purpose of this blog … Continue reading

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Now or On the Other Side

“She’ll have an incredible testimony when she’s on the other side of this.” I was eating dinner with some friends who had attended a Christian women’s event, and they were sharing about the tremendous impact it had on all of … Continue reading

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Book review: Louisiana Longshot by Jana DeLeon

My personal rating: 3 out of 5 My three sentence synopsis: When her cover gets blown, CIA operative Fortune Redding winds up with a $1 million price on her head and nowhere to hide since her boss has discovered that … Continue reading

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Back to Life

My neighborhood came back to life today. The sunshine was warm; the wind was cool; it felt wonderful to be outside. Sure, we’d had a warm day in February (and one that was actually hot!), but it was February and … Continue reading

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