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The God of Wild Places: Rediscovering the Divine in the Untamed Outdoors

A compelling, thematically rich, and deeply personal book, for readers exploring spirituality, personal growth, and the intricate relationship between faith and the natural world.

The Devil Takes You Home

The violence is brutal and graphic, but the story is also lyrical and staggeringly beautiful. It is an entertaining and thought-provoking book about human truths and the monsters at their core. Suggest to fans of S. A. Cosby and Stephen Graham Jones, who also write stories told by marginalized, sympathetic, and complicated characters in which every detail matters.

Sex Cult Nun: Breaking Away from the Children of God, a Wild, Radical Religious Cult

A must-read memoir of self-discovery and reinvention that readers will find impossible to put down. Pass along to fans of Tara Westover’s Educated.

Pillars: How Muslim Friends Led Me Closer to Jesus

Jones’s pensive reflections will call into question readers’ unexamined notions about Islam and Christianity. A thoughtful approach to interfaith dialogue.

The Land Beneath Us

Sundin completes the “Sunrise at Normandy” trilogy (The Sea Before Us; The Sky Above Us) with the tale of the final Paxton brother, digging deep into why bad things to happen to good people against the backdrop of World War II and the biblical parable of the prodigal son and forgiveness. Libraries with the first two books will want to purchase.

Monster Trek: The Obsessive Search for Bigfoot

This book is intriguing, well written, and well worth reading, especially for anyone who has considered this phenomenon. A more balanced work than many for public libraries.

What Did Jesus Ask? Christian Leaders Reflect on His Questions of Faith

As this broad collection contains many riches, there will undoubtedly be an approach for every interested reader.

The Trouble with Patience

Brendan ("Heart of the West" series) delivers a charmingly quirky and endearing romance that reveals how love and faith can heal two damaged souls. Rendering skillfully depicted protagonists and an authentic Western sense of place, she provides plenty of pleasant escape reading for fans of Kellie Coates Gilbert and Lori Copeland.

Vintage Quilt Revival: 22 Modern Designs from Classic Blocks

Quilters who enjoy vintage quilt designs in modern fabrics and settings (à la Denyse Schmidt or Camille Roskelley) will gravitate toward this collection of new takes on traditional blocks.

Radical Jesus: A Graphic History of Faith

Lack of cohesion, both narratively and artistically, hurts this title badly. Not recommended.

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