This month I am a bit broader and including my reviews of the Kindle Unlimited after Three Months and the new Kindle Voyager and Kindle Basic Touchscreen since by page views, they were among the most read reviews of the month.
The most read reviews at Bookwi.se:
- Discovering Your Heart with the Flag Page Test by Mark Gungor – I think I may be the only one that has reviewed this because nothing else gets as much consistent search traffic as my review of this book. (More than twice as many views as any other review on a consistant basis. I will probably stop including it in the most read reviews from now on.)
- Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More—Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist by Karen Swallow Prior – Excellent biography
- Review of Kindle Unlimited after 3 Months – this is both a review of the overall service and a completely open look at the amount of reading you would need to do to make the service worthwhile.
- Lila: A Novel by Marilynne Robinson – I stand behind my original thought that this is most likely the best novel I will read this year. It will be at least a couple weeks before I have time to read it again. But I will read it again and write another review this year.
- New Kindle Reviews (Kindle Voyager and Kindle Basic 2014)
- The Anglican Way: A Guidebook by Thomas McKenzie – a good introduction to Anglican theology and practice.
- Letters to a Young Calvinist by James KA Smith – This is as much about growing in wisdom and spiritual maturity as it is about Calvinism. If you think that Calvinism is primarily about election, you should read this.
- The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett – I continue to thank Bookwi.se Contributor Emily Flury for writing these joint Book and Movie reviews. And I am glad that people are reading them.