My four older sons and I returned this week to Valheim, the wonderful world of Viking survival, to begin again with our characters where we left off. We were not disappointed.
Once upon a time, the creators of the beloved fantasy worlds of Narnia and Middle Earth went together to see Walt Disney’s Snow White when it was in theaters – and they hated it.
Picking up where we left off in our last episode, the remaining 30 titles I finished in 2021 were as follows. From this list, hopefully you will draw some inspiration and ideas for your own reading list in the year ahead.
Perhaps in the course of this rundown you will get some inspiration to join me on Goodreads and set a reading goal for 2022. Or maybe you will just get some good ideas for titles you might be interested in reading, or not reading, in the year ahead.
Yes, willingness is an important component. But even more important is calling and qualification, as well as necessity.
C.S. Lewis wrote a series of three science fiction novels known as The Space Trilogy. Out of the Silent Planet (1938), Perelandria: A Novel (1943), and That Hideous Strength: A Modern Fairy-Tale for Grown-ups (1945) are the three works in the series. All three at least were free with Audible Plus when I picked them up late last year, and…
I try to maintain seven audiobooks in my queue at all times. With having recently finished Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham, however, there is now an open slot. At the time of this recording, my current reading list includes the following titles: Children of Ash and Elm by Neil Price The Church History by Eusebius,…