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The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian by Andy Weir was an instant best selling science fiction novel. The book was so popular it became a critically acclaimed film as well. I was a bit late getting to this, largely because of the hype the book received. However, I am

The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear by Walter Moers

The 13 ½ Lives of Captain Bluebear is written by German author, cartoonist, sculptor, and painter Walter Moers. I stumbled across this gem accidentally while looking for German literature. What a great find it was! The story begins when our unnamed protagonist is found by

Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World

Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World

Written by Eric Metaxas, Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World is thoroughly researched and readable. Metaxas perfectly blends historical and Biblical facts into a seamless biography of a man who literally changed Christianity. Martin Luther’s life was jam packed. He

Don't Burn This Book - Thinking For Yourself in an Age of Unreason by Dave Rubin

Don’t Burn This Book by Dave Rubin

Don’t Burn This Book is written by the smart and entertaining Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report. Mr. Rubin spent most of his life as a classical liberal but has since parted ways with the Democrat left. This book is not a memoir but more

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry

Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry is a lengthy western that begins in the tiny town of Lonesome Dove, Texas. At 850+ pages, the book is lengthy yet highly readable. It also happened to earn the Pulitzer Prize in 1986. The story revolves around two aging

How To Destroy America in Three Easy Steps by Ben Shapiro

How To Destroy America In Three Easy Steps by Ben Shapiro

How To Destroy America In Three Easy Steps is conservative commentator and author Ben Shapiro’s latest book. Shapiro is extremely bright and his book mirrors the way he talks. It is fast paced, if a bit rushed and loaded with useful information. With a provocative

Fortitude by Dan Crenshaw

Fortitude by Dan Crenshaw

Fortitude – American Resilience in the Era of Outrage tells the story of Navy SEAL and United States Representative from Texas, Dan Crenshaw. But more than that, this book is a model of how to thrive cancel culture and self pity to led a happy

Them by Ben Sasse

Them By Ben Sasse

Them By Ben Sasse is a dive into our deepening divide in politics and life experiences. Sasse is a U.S. Senator from Nebraska and a gifted writer and speaker. Them: Why We Hate Each Other and How to Heal starts out explaining how loneliness, often

Church of Cowards by Matt Walsh

Church of Cowards by Matt Walsh

Church of Cowards: A Wake-Up Call to Complacent Christians is written by culture commentator Matt Walsh. Walsh is largely known from his popular podcast/show on the conservative media website, The Daily Wire. But Matt’s writing and public speeches are what makes him even more interesting