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andrew61
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POC main character - paranormal
#booked2019 @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage
Tempest Landry is mistakenly killed by police in harlem,on reaching St Peter at heaven's gates his sins are such he must go to hell, he refuses + returns to earth in new body where joshua angel has to persuade him to accept his sins to save order whilst basel bob tries to draw him to hell. Philosophical, interesting + funny a gr8 addition to 2019's rds

TrishB Sounds interesting and I‘ve not read one for this prompt yet! 2mo
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Malisa
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Lcsmcat
The Poetry of George Herbert | Helen Vendler, A Kingsley Porter University Professor Helen Vendler
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TheSpineView 😍 8mo
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jb72
Original Sin | P. D. James
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TheSpineView 💜 8mo
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TheSpineView
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EadieB
The Sinner | Madeline Hunter
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TheSpineView 💜 8mo
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Staci
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Book on why Gluttony became a Seven Deadly Sin. Historically accurate with humor.

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Ddzmini
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👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼📖😋

Centique Amen to that! 9mo
Daisey Agreed! 9mo
Ddzmini @Centique and @Daisey 🙏😋 9mo
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jcalyn5
Letters and Papers from Prison | Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Heartbreaking. Most of the book is the ordinary communications of an imprisoned man with his family as they all cope with the bombings, rationing, and uncertainty of daily life in Germany during WWII. In the second half, he begins writing on theology and poetry to his friend Eberhard. Only the editor‘s introduction puts the letters in context: Dietrich was involved in a plot against Hitler and executed just before the end of the war.

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jcalyn5
Letters and Papers from Prison | Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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“It‘s true that not everything that happens is simply ‘God‘s will.‘ But in the end nothing happens ‘apart from God‘s will‘ (Matt. 10:29), that is, in every event, even the most ungodly, there is a way through to God.” —Dietrich Bonhoeffer #currentlyreading