Christian Bryant

Christian Bryant is a Knight of Columbus originally from Los Angeles, California, and is faithfully enrolled in the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. He lives with his wife and two daughters, studies Catechetical, Eucharistic and Liturgical topics in his spare time and, of course, is a voracious reader of Catholic fiction.

Book Reviews by Christian Bryant

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The Hobbit

The Hobbit is a charming tale set in an imagined world author J.R.R. Tolkien named Middle-earth. An adventure of epic proportions, the book hearkens back to ancient idylls, pastoral tales and Biblical allegory. Tolkien filled his novel with mythological figures, both historical and fictional, infusing his heroes with equal parts of humor, gravity and hope, while the villains are very clearly evil.

First published in 1937, this unique piece of literature soon became popular with both children and adults, capturing the imaginations of readers the world over with the story of the adventure of a smal...

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Angela's Song

It is a rare book that can follow the love story of a couple from the moment they meet to their wedding day, and during that journey illuminate with crystal clarity the very nature of the beauty of marriage. AnnMarie Creedon succeeds in this attempt. In her book Angela’s Song, she demonstrates the importance of prayer in daily family life, patience with God’s plan, the mutual respect of a man and a woman through courtship, and the power of relinquishing their cares and worries to God in times of trial, trusting His guidance will lead to the right path. In short, Angela’s Song presents...

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