Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

This book is probably one of the most important books to read, aside from the Bible. After I repented and placed my trust in Christ in 2005, I landed upon the web-version of this book and read it from start to finish. It really explains the life of a Christian and has often been called “the dangerous journey”:

So much can be said about this book, but I will only give 10 points that I found excellent for time’s sake. Continue reading

The Spy by James Fenimore Cooper

The Spy reminds me of A Tale of Two Cities, which ultimately leads to the fact that you will be upset with the ending(it really needs an alternate ending section).
Brief summary(as few people have ever heard of Le Espion): Harvey Birch is an American spy during the Revolutionary War.

 He has done such a good job pretending to be on the British side that the Americans put a bounty on him.

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Colditz by Pat Reid

How to describe Colditz? Hysterical with a touch of sadness. How I loved it? Let me count the ways….
Sooo Colditz is the true story of P.O.W.s of several nationalities and their endeavors to escape their German captors.

Reasons I love it:

#1. Pat has an amazing writing ability. His words stream into sentences running fluidly into paragraphs that flow into chapters creating a mesmerizing movie in your head. Continue reading