Tony Kolenc

Tony is an author, speaker, and law professor at Florida Coastal School of Law. He is also a retired Air Force officer. He is author of The Chronicles of Xan inspirational historical fiction trilogy for youth (available at chroniclesofxan.com), as well as many legal articles on home education law and the First Amendment. Learn more about him at antonykolenc.com.

Book Reviews by Tony Kolenc

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Heroes of the Apocalypse - The Complete Set

Imagine if Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Captain Hook, and the rest of your favorite characters from the Peter Pan stories were actually actors in an apocalyptic end-of-time saga between God and Satan.  Sound interesting?  Well, that’s exactly what Jack Sky has done with this first installment of his youth series, Heroes of the Apocalypse.

You’ll recognize some familiar faces from Catholic history in this fantasy story for children and teens.  Peter Pan—actually Saint Peter the Apostle—is aided by a band of angel-fairies, including Prince Michael the Archangel...

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a.k.a. Genius

When Gabe Carpenter takes a standard IQ test with the rest of his seventh-grade class, he discovers he is technically a genius.  As it turns out, being labeled a genius has some serious drawbacks.  He loses one of his best friends due to envy; he gets placed in an advanced class with extra projects; he gets picked on by some of the other middle-schoolers; and he is generally misunderstood by friends and family alike.

As the story progresses, Gabe encounters several humorous obstacles with which every middle-school-aged child can relate.  He stinks at sports, yet he must wor...

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