Posts Tagged by Fidelis
|March 27, 2009||Posted by Anthony under book reviews, General, literary apologetics|
Thanks go out to my friend Dannyboy whom I have known through forum debate for I think 15 years now. Danny also graciously hosted me on a trip to England where he and I tipped back a pint (or two) at the Oxford inns where the Inklings (Lewis, Tolkien, etc) would meet. Here are some pics from that affair. WIthout further ado here is his review:
“Spero” – Book II of the Birthpangs series by AR Horvath.
‘Spero’ (Hope) is one of those Latin words that you sort of know, even if you were lucky enough to attend a school which didn’t obstinately prioritise fluency in dead languages. It is incorporated in quite a few modern English words, most obviously ‘desperate’, or ‘de – sperate’, meaning literally ‘without hope’. Fortunately, although the times that AR Horvath is writing about may indeed be desperate, the quality of the writing itself is far from it.
|July 17, 2008||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
|November 23, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
I was pretty thrilled to learn that a review of my book was going to be published on Worldnet as I bet any one can understand. Here is the article for those starting on my site and not coming from WND: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=58834 Also, many thanks to Don Hank who took an interest in my book…
|October 4, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, book reviews, General|