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The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar, and Rhetoric - Community Reviews back

by Sister Miriam Joseph
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Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it 14 hours ago
Philippa's parents work on a cruise ship. She helps them with their jobs. A new captain and his son are coming aboard for this trip. A Duchess and her nephews also are on this cruise. Philippa does not trust them especially as she notices how much they all watch her. She also likes mysteries. So she...
Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it 1 day ago
Brek and Taylor were engaged but she left him at the altar to guide a Thrill Seeker trip. He is now engaged to a quiet sedate woman which is what brings Taylor home. When they meet again Brek tries to show how little she means to him. He learns a lot of things--especially that she is still important...
Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it 3 days ago
A tour bus from Mississippi goes to the Troyer's farm so see how the Amish live. As Simon Troyer is showing how to milk a cow, two of the tourists drop dead. Now the police and the Ohio Department of Health are all over the Troyer farm. Chloe is called in by Chief Rose to take the place of the decea...
Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it 5 days ago
One of Janet Evanovich's early romances, it is as funny as her Stephanie Plum series. Ivan has sold his home to Stephanie Lowe who has had nothing but problems with it. When her cousin Lucy decides to get married she talks Stephanie into filling in as the cook on Ivan's sloop. Stephanie is not much ...
runner
runner rated it 6 days ago
To read John Irving is to surround yourself in his world and enjoy his amazing story telling ability. There are a number of themes throughout his books; his interest in wrestling, his love of the underdog, his battle to glorify small suppressed individuals in society, and help them gain recognition ...
Beck Valley Books
Beck Valley Books rated it 1 week ago
These books have now become my take of a literary surprise treat, they are full of author goodness and I can't wait to dive in to them. Each book has been set on a general theme, this time the theme is Love, different aspects of love portrayed in many forms by the authors including love through fami...
Kitty's Book Spot!
Kitty's Book Spot! rated it 1 week ago
Erin finally finds time for herself. She is planning to make changes and has no idea how serious that would become. Then she meets Ian and its as if the sparks cannot help themselves. Ian is happy being rich and single. He runs a successful business and does not have time to give to others who ...
Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 2 weeks ago
TITLE: In a Glass Darkly AUTHOR: J. Sheridan Le Fanu __________________________ DESCRIPTION: This remarkable collection of stories, first published in 1872, includes Green Tea, The Familiar, Mr. Justice Harbottle, The Room in le Dragon Volant, and Carmilla. The five stories are purported to b...
Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 2 weeks ago
Smoke & Mirrors by Skye JordanMy rating: 4 of 5 starsAn illusion delivers the real deal. It's easy to get lost in the suspense of Smoke & Mirrors. Logan and Isabel take emotions on an adventure that's shrouded in mystery and laced with desire. A maze of unpredictability becomes a temptingly, dangero...
Sheila's Reads
Sheila's Reads rated it 2 weeks ago
Jesse is hoping to be the fastest runner in the 5th grade this year. So he's out practicing every morning when little sister May Belle comes telling him of a new family moving in. She hopes there is a little girl to play with. When Jesse meets the girl that moves in, she's in his grade so no playmat...
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