Wednesday, February 02, 2011

What are you reading, Russ Stevens?

I chose The Twelfth Imam by Joel C. Rosenberg having read all the author’s prior books and enjoying them immensely. His prior books are a series that ended and this is the start of a new series. I’m a little over halfway through this book and loving it. It is an espionage/suspense book with a Biblical undertone. The prior series was the same.

I’m expecting to get some great enjoyment from the book and maybe learn a bit more about Islam along the way. The author’s work on more direct Biblical themes was well researched. I would recommend it to any fans of 24, Vince Flynn, Tom Clancy, etc.

The next book to finish is titled Gross National Happiness by Arthur C. Brooks. Actually, I’ve already started reading the copy of the Brooks book that I own and put it temporarily aside to read The Twelfth Imam, a library book which has a due date. I tend to read a variety of subjects, interspersing my professional reading (mostly business) with fiction, theology, church trends, history, and other things that catch my interest.

Professor Russ Stevens is an adjunct assistant professor in the College of Business and Management and has been with the University for almost 9 years. He first taught for the School of Professional Studies, added graduate classes later, and teaches now for the new College of Business and Management.

The Twelfth Imam by Joel C. Rosenberg, Tyndale, 2010.

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