Author Archives: Stefan Emunds

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle – Part 2 – A Technical Analysis by Stefan Emunds

Egseth’s style is suitably simple for an adolescent narrator, yet subtle enough to capture the nuances of one awakening to the spark of the divine within all things

A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle – Part 1 – Special Review by Stefan Emunds

Egseth’s style is suitably simple for an adolescent narrator, yet subtle enough to capture the nuances of one awakening to the spark of the divine within all things

The Passion of Mary Magdalen by Elizabeth Cunningham – A Visionary Fiction Book Review by Stefan Emunds

Egseth’s style is suitably simple for an adolescent narrator, yet subtle enough to capture the nuances of one awakening to the spark of the divine within all things

Sophie’s World – A VFA Book Review by Stefan Emunds

Sophie’s World is a nonfiction novel by the Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder. The storyline serves as a train track on which Jostein takes the reader for an entertaining trip through the philosophical landscape. I enjoyed his presentation of philosophy. If you ever wanted to visit philosophical landscapes without needing to cross dry-intellectual deserts, this book […]

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