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Some place you wanted to tour? And activity you wanted to give a try?
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I have teamed up with some of my fellow bloggers and business buddies and we are giving away a Nook Color, case and screen protector to one lucky person!!!
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At my place of employment we have an employee who has a propensity to call people “Dog”…yes he sounds like a white wannabe Randy Jackson. So over the past week we have all been coming up with nicknames for each other that begin with or end in dog: dog treat, dog bone, dog biscuit, Gold Dog, and I just happen to be book dog. This comes from the fact that every day during break I have my earbud’s in listening to music and reading a book, be it a actual paper and binding book or a one of the electronic variety on my Nook Color.
As you can probably tell from this, I am the go to guy in my house when someone needs something read, and read quickly, for review or for help with a book report. This is one of the latest books to land on my desk and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. This is a Sci-Fi novel with religious undertones. Frank Peretti is known as a Christian author but he never gets heavy handed with religious rhetoric or dogma until you reach the ‘Note from the Author’ section. The religious aspects really only play a part in explaining how the science has limitations that are best explained with the thought that a person has a soul and that “playing God” does not include bringing someone back from the dead. This is a very good book, not on the Orson Scott Card level but good.