Dr. Douglas Erickson
Fantastic book. I especially like the chapters on justice. This is a great read for people wanting a broad theological understanding of the Vineyard.
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5000K on a bike to Gibraltar
The Story of an Adventurous Spirit and Life on the Road
Erik CJ Olsson.
Self Published (I think)
A fun book for people who love reading about cycle touring. This self-focused read taught me a lot about what not to do and what happens when you unnecessarly put yourself in danger.
My World Record Breaking Adventure
Fantastic page turning cycling book. Adventure packed, gobsmacking and exciting. I approached the book knowing that it was not going to be about people and places, but wasn’t quite ready for how Mark and ‘record’ focused it was. I have read all of Mark’s books, learnt heaps in this one and eagerly wait for another.
Penguin Random House
Another great Mark book. Tales from the highways as Mark rides from Cairo to Capetown. I wasn’t ready for the speed of this record breaking ride, so it took me awhile to adapt from Mark’s more wistful previous books. However once I learned to enjoy it for what it was I really got into it.
Rainbow Valley & Rilla of Ingleside are Lucy Maud Montgomery’s crowning books. The last paragraph alone would rate this book as a 4/5. As Montgomery spun her yarn she played with me. My history was good enough to see the hints of what was coming, but i was not clever enough to put them into the context of our darling weans at Ingleside. Brilliant book, brilliant ending.