Tag: religion

Book Review: ORIGIN, by Dan Brown

In 2003, I remember Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code’s big release. It was met with immediate outrage. Churches opposed it. There were conspiracy theories, and accusations of blasphemy. The hype tsunamied across media outlets (this was a year before Facebook was even invented, and three years before Twitter struck).  So naturally, everyone was reading […]

Book Review: PANACEA, F. Paul Wilson

PANACEA F. Paul Wilson June 27, 2016 It was around 1995 when I snatched THE TOMB off a rack at the end of a check-out lane in a local grocery store. I devoured F. Paul Wilson’s first Repairman Jack novel, and remember thinking, “This guys is awesome.” It is sad to admit, I never followed […]

Book Review: Stephen King’s REVIVAL

“The aftereffects are trailing fragments of an unknown existence beyond our lives,” –Charlie “The Rev” Jacobs I read, in two sittings, Stephen King’s latest novel, Revival. The book (hardcover) is 402 pages. I do not think I need to give much background on who Stephen King is. I will tell you that the first book […]