A Youngster Review: Dare U 2 Open This Book by Carol McAdams Moore

Dare U 2 Open This Book

The Synopsis:

D-I-R-T. What kind of dirt are you? Eyeballs are on U. U know it. What kind of light R U? Dare U 2 Open this Book is not your typical 90-day devotional for guys. It s an all-out open space for you to explore and learn more about yourself and your faith. With prompts to get your mind thinking and your creative ideas flowing, turn your thoughts and emotions into dynamic doodles, fill in the prayer blanks, solve puzzles, and more. Each of the short, single-page devotions includes a topic, quote, Scripture summary, plus doodles, journal prompts, lists, puzzles, quizzes, fill-in-the-blank prayers, and unique activities that explore Bible truths and ways to apply them—everyday. —Dare U 2 Open this Book challenges guys to follow Jesus. Best. Idea. Ever.”

My Review:

UPS: This is a great devo for young boys who want to get closer to God but have short attention spans. The reading is short and the activities are very fun but has the reader think and find their own identity in Christ. It really is a fantastic book and I love the way Carol writes. It’s so fun and bubbly that I doubt any boy could get board with it!

DOWNS: The only down that I can think of is that this book is definitely not one of those books that is easily shared. With me living in a big family, we always pass around favorite devos with each other and enjoy sharing notes. But Dare U 2 Open This Book is an activity book, of which you write in, draw in, there are also some gluing activities, so in order to enjoy the fullness of this book, the book needs to belong to one, and only one, boy. So, if you have multiple boys who you would like to read this, then you will want to buy one for each ;-)

OVERALL: I recommend this book to boys whose ages are 6 to 10 or 11ish and rate it 5 out of 5 stars! Carol also wrote a book like this for girls called Just Sayin’ that I am sure is just as fabulous as this one!

“I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are my own.”

Author Bio/Website:

Carol McAdams Moore

Carol McAdams Moore writes in-your-face devos in zany formats that include mind-boggling and daring Bible truths, wacky journal prompts, lay-it-on-the-line questions, extreme activities, and uber-cool doodling opps. She prays that her readers will discover Jesus and find Him more amazing than ever imagined!

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Posted by on October 24, 2014 in Uncategorized


Chess and the Overdose of Coffee

Chess the Chesapeake Bay Retriever (Photo credit: Unknown)

Chess the Chesapeake Bay Retriever (Photo credit: Unknown)

Hey everyone! Chess is back! I cannot begin to express my feelings of apologies for leaving you all for so long! That was so rude and I will make sure that it doesn’t happen again, without warning that is. Anyways let’s get to the story that you all have been waiting for!

Today’s story opens with Cody and I sitting on the porch early in the morning. Cody sat in his rocking chair sipping steaming coffee that smelled like pumpkin, lots of cream, and a hint of cinnamon. I have a really great smeller,that and I heard Cody’s mom ask him what he wanted.

Anyways, Cody and I always sit out here until the school bus comes by to pick him up. If he doesn’t drink all of his coffee, he puts the cup in front of me and let’s me drink the rest, then I take the cup inside and put it on the table. I don’t care to much for pumpkin coffee, so on this particular day, I was hoping that Cody drank it all.

“Chess, I totally forgot to tell you! Pookie is moving in with us!” Cody said suddenly grabbing my attention.

Pookie the Mini Poodle. (Photo Credit

Pookie the Mini Poodle. (Photo Credit

“Mrs. Kelly found out that she is highly allergic to dogs, which kind of makes sense if you ask me, but she has to find Pookie a new home. Beens you two are pretty good friends, I thought you would enjoy having him around all the time. That, and mom is in love with him.” He said and went back to drinking his coffee as I sat staring at him in horror.

Pookie moving in? Like living with me? Like I have to see him every day? This couldn’t be happening! Sure I like the kid all right, but my poor nerves can’t handle him on a daily basis! I let out a pitiful whine and laid my head down on the deck, placing my paws on top.

“What is your problem?” Cody asked just as the bus pulled into the driveway, like I could tell him to send Pookie home with Kody-with-a-K so I wouldn’t see him every day. Oh wait, yes I would.

“Bye Chess! Here’s the rest of my coffee.” He patted my head as if I was a puppy, set the cup down in front of me, and them galloped off into the sunset, the yellow bus sunset. I looked into the coffee mug, there was about a fourth of coffee left in it. I smelled it and the smell convinced me that I should give pumpkin coffee another try. So I stuck my tongue out and carefully placed it into the lukewarm liquid. As soon as that stuff touched my taste buds, I jumped back shaking my head to free my tongue of the nasty liquid! Yuck! I can still practically taste it!

I was shaking my head so violently that I didn’t hear Mrs. Kelly pull up, or Cody’s mom walk outside to greet her, or them unloading every stinking toy Pookie owns, or even Mrs. Kelly leaving. When I finally decided that the taste was gone, I stopped shaking and looked at my tongue that was now extremely dry and wrinkled. As I sat staring at my tongue, wondering at the weird sensation of not being able to feel it, I suddenly noticed something big, fluffy and white staring at me.

“What are you doing Chess?” Asked the squeaky voice that I know all too well.

“I am sthudying a thog’s thongue.” I replied looking up at him with only my eyes. My tongue was still hanging out of my mouth when I said that, so my voice sounded really weird. Pookie walked around me and then sat back down in front of me, he was also staring at my tongue.

After a few moments of silence he asked his famous question, “Why?”

“Becausthe it lookths, and feelths, verthy intheresthing. I’ve never thaken the thime to sthudy a thog’s thongue before.” I am not certain that Pookie heard me right, but that is what I said, so don’t ask him his side of the story.

“Um, Okay. So what made you want to study your tongue?” Pookie asked.

“That nasthy coffee.” I said with eyes narrowed at the cursed coffee cup.

“Coffee?!” Pookie asked without missing a beat, “Where?!”

I nodded my head in the direction of the cup and Pookie took off across the porch saying, “Coffee, coffee, coffee, coffee, coffee!!!!” Then stuck his entire little bitty head into the cup.

I had now lost interest in my tongue so I pulled it back into my mouth and panicked when I still couldn’t feel it. I ran into the house where my water bowl was and just about cried when my tongue hit the bottom of the bowl without hitting a drop of water. I looked around the room for anything to cure my dry-tongueness and yelped with joy when I saw the coffee pot on the counter, with a wide lid big enough for me to drink the liquid.

Now my tongue was hanging out of my mouth again because there was no way for me to know whether or not it was in or out, I couldn’t feel it.
Without thinking about it, I jumped into a kitchen chair, then up onto the kitchen table, and made I giant leap onto the counter. My back feet slid into the sink but I didn’t care, the coffee pot was within reach so I stuck my head into the coffee pot and began lapping the liquid that I couldn’t taste.

A little at a time my taste buds returned and just as I had licked the coffee pot clean, I realized what I was drinking. More pumpkin coffee!
I let my tongue fall out of my mouth and I began barking as I fell off the counter. I would not allow myself to shake my head for fear of tongue-wrinklness so I did the only logical thing that a dog could do, I ran to the toilet. About halfway through the hallway however, I encountered an obstacle; Cody’s mother.

“Chess! What have I told you about running in the house?!” She yelled at me when I knocked the laundry basket out of her hands. Then she bent down, grabbed my collar and drug me back outside.

“If you have so much energy, then you can spend it all outside until Cody gets home!” And with that, she slammed the door and locked the doggie door, so I couldn’t get in.

“Chess? What did you do this time?” Pookie asked, his innocent face staring up at me.

“Not now Pookie!” I replied and took off running to the pond, Pookie close behind.

I was sincerely surprised at how long I was able to run without having to stop, in fact, I made it all the way to the pond without panting. And when I got there, I didn’t want to stop running, so, I started jumping up and down as I made my way across the dock. Once at the end, I did a beautiful dive into the water and anxiously began drinking and swimming at the same time. Once I couldn’t drink anymore, I swam to where Pookie stood ashore, staring at me in bewilderment.

I shook all of the water off of me, but I just didn’t want to stand still, so I started running laps around Pookie, but then I started getting dizzy, so I stopped for a second so that I could decide where I wanted to run to and then asked Pookie, “Wanna race to Prin’s house?”

Princess Pea, also known as Prin, the English Pointer.

Princess Pea, also known as Prin, the English Pointer. (photo credit: unknown)

“Prin’s house?! That’s a long ways away!” Pookie exclaimed.

“So? The longer the better!” I couldn’t handle just standing still so I start doing some fancy footwork to keep in the spirit.

“Why don’t I ride on your back? Like you’re a pony?!” Pookie asked.

I stopped with the footwork and looked at him, then to my surprise I said, “Yes! Now hurry up!”

So, there we went, Pookie on my back, his little legs holding on to me with all his might and my collar between his teeth, and me running as fast as I possibly could down the long road. I had no idea what had gotten into me, I’d never ran that long or hard before, especially without stopping for a breath, but there I was! Just as I rounded the curve headed up to Prin’s house however, I started getting winded, and my legs started aching, and I felt like I could fall over at any minute.

So I did, as soon as I made it up Prin’s porch steps.

“Chess? What on earth is wrong with you?!” Prin’s sophisticated speech was hindered by the surprise of me laying spread out on her porch and gasping for air like a fish who needed water.

“He ran all the way here. With me on his back. Right after he ran into the pond and started doing summersaults in the water.” Pookie looked at me with a very concerned look, “I think he needs to go to the doctor. Something’s really wrong with him.”

“My, my, my! You have been busy Chess! Whatever possessed you to run like that? Was it something you ate perhaps?” Prin inquired looking just as concerned as Pookie. I was still struggling to catch my breath so I didn’t bother answering them, I just attempted to sit up, and failed. I couldn’t feel my legs.

“Chess? Are you going to be okay dear or should I go get my mistress?” Prin asked with her nose inches from mine, so that all I was looking at were her beautiful brown eyes.

“You have beautiful eyes.” I sighed, apparently out loud, as she quickly pulled her head back and said to Pookie, “I do believe that you are right, he may need a doctor after all!”

“No, no no no no! I’m fine! See?!” I stood up much too quickly and fell again. But then I tried again and stood perfectly straight, at least that’s what I think I did. “No doctor needed!” I said confidently.

“Well, if you say so dear. Now, would you mind telling me why you ran all of the way to my home and collapsed onto my porch? I am just curious you see, as this does not happen to me often.” She again sat down next to Pookie and they both sat staring at me with wide eyes.

“Well I’d love to tell you Princess Pea, but I’m afraid that I don’t know any more than you on the subject. I just had an urge to run that’s all.” I scratched behind my ear as I said that, like it was no big deal.

“I told you to stop calling me that, Chestnut. You shall call me Prin.” She smiled in retort.

“Now hold on a minute. My name ain’t Chestnut. It’s Chess. Wherein the heck did you get Chestnut?”

“It is what I shall call you should you continue calling me Princess Pea.” She smiled in a cocky way.

“Fine, Prin.” I rolled my eyes. I always called her Prin whenever I was talking about her, it’s just that I always thought she deserved to be called her full name when spoken to, after all, she was a princess.

“Now for your unresolved urge to run. You must have eaten something to give you that uncanny amount of energy. Did you eat anything out of the ordinary my dear?” She asked inspecting me again.

“I hadn’t eaten anything today, only drank Cody’s nasty, gross, disgusting, taste of nastiness coffee!” I shook my head and made a funny face at the memory.

“Coffee! Well my dear there is your answer!” She exclaimed, “Just exactly how much of the boy Cody’s coffee did you consume?”

“Um, well it’s a long story.” I began telling her of all the little bitty tiny details of my morning, ignoring the small fact that Pookie was moving in with me, figured he would want to elaborate on that subject. At the end of my tale, Prin exclaimed, “Chess! My word! An entire pot of coffee! And on an empty stomach no less! It is a wonder you did not fly to the moon!” She began laughing in her dainty way.

“Well, I’m glad it was only coffee. Chess, you really had me worried.” Pookie still looked concerned.

“It’s all right Poo, I’m in perfect health. Though now I know what to do next year during that Doggie Marathon,” I made an evil grin, “I will most definitely win!”

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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


Rayleigh’s Review: The Covered Deep by Brandy Vallance

The Covered DeepThe Synopsis:

Bianca Marshal is holding out for the perfect husband. Finding a man that meets the requirements of her must-have list in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains has proven impossible. Bianca s mama insists that there s no such thing as a perfect true love, and that Bianca s ideal man is pure fiction. On the eve of her twenty-fifth birthday, Bianca discovers a devastating statistic: her chance of marrying is now only eighteen percent. Unwilling to accept spinsterhood, Bianca enters an essay contest that propels her into a whirlwind search for her soulmate. Via the opulence of London and the mysteries of the Holy Land, Bianca’s true love will be revealed, but not without a heavy price.

My Review:

MY GENERAL THOUGHTS: I really, really liked this book. It was different yet exciting at the same time. The writing is so beautiful and easy to follow and the characters were well made, even though they seemed to be flawed at times, which only made them that more realistic. The history facts throughout this book were also fun to read about. Though, at times I did find Bianca to act a little like a child concerning her naivety, she put herself in potential danger by walking around alone with men in only her nightgown (?) just to attempt capturing the attention of a man she had decided was her future husband. But I suppose that the author wanted to show her grow into maturity towards the end of the book, which was very well demonstrated in my opinion.

QUESTIONABLE CONTENT: As I previously said, Bianca did often place herself into potentially dangerous situations in the order of capturing the attention of a man. There were some sexual issues such as adultery, in addition to stealing and sneaky schemes. However, there was not much violence, if any.

RATING AND RECOMMENDATION: Overall, I did enjoy The Covered Deep and rate it 4 out of 5 stars for a very well read. I recommend it to anyone who loves Historical Romance!

“I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are my own.”

Author Bio/ Website:

Brandy Vallance

Brandy Vallance fell in love with the Victorian time period at a young age, loving the customs, manners, and especially the intricate rules of love. Since time travel is theoretically impossible, she lives in the nineteenth century vicariously through her novels. Unaccountable amounts of black tea have fueled this ambition. Brandy hopes to avoid a similar fate as the writer, Honoré de Balzac, who met his death via caffeine poisoning. At this point, the balance may not be tipped in her favor. Brandy’s love of tea can only be paralleled by her love of Masterpiece Theater Classics, deep conversations, and a good book.

Brandy is the 2013 Operation First Novel winner and the 2012 winner of the ACFW Genesis Contest for historical romance.

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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


A Youth Review: Thunder by Bonnie S. Calhoun

Thunder by Bonnie S. Calhoun

The Synopsis:

In post-apocalyptic America, Selah Chavez is crouched in long grass on a shore littered with the rusted metal remnants of a once-great city. It is the day before her eighteenth Born Remembrance, and she is hunting, though many people refuse to eat animal flesh, tainted by radiation during the Time of Sorrows. What Selah’s really after are Landers, mysterious people from a land across the big water who survive the delirium-inducing passage in small boats that occasionally crash against the shoreline. She knows she should leave the capture to the men, but Landers bring a good price from the Company and are especially prized if they keep the markings they arrive with.

Everything falls to pieces when the Lander Selah catches is stolen by her brothers–and Selah wakes up the next morning to find the Lander’s distinctive mark has suddenly appeared on her own flesh. Once the hunter, Selah is now one of the hunted, and she knows only one person who can help her–Bohdi Locke, the Lander her brothers hope to sell.

With evocative descriptions of a strange new world that combines elements of scientific advances, political intrigue, and wilderness survival, Bonnie S. Calhoun weaves a captivating tale of a world more like our own than we may want to admit.

My Review:

My review to the prequel, Tremors.

MY GENERAL THOUGHTS: What a fantastic book! The way both of these books were written was fabulous and I loved the characters. The plot was really neat and I loved the originality. Though the beginning of the book was kind of difficult to follow everything began to make sense as the book continued on, so just keep reading ;-) I also enjoyed reading about the “super-powers” that Landers have as it was slightly different than what I normally read.

QUESTIONABLE CONTENT: There was really nothing sexual in this book that stood out to me enough to warn you away from. However some violence was slightly descriptive but not necessarily gruesome. There are also experiments that are done on people that often ends in death, and some slavery issues.

 RATING AND RECOMMENDATION: Overall, I think that this book was a fabulous dystopian tale and I look forward to reading the rest of the series, as well as more books from this author. 5 out of 5 stars!

If you enjoyed The Safe Lands series by Jill Williamson, you will definitely want to read this series!

“I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are my own.”

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Bonnie S Calhoun

As a compliment to my love for writing, I have a natural progression into the marketing and advertising field.

As the Director of the CFBA, I lead a contingency of 250+ book reviewers that do bi-weekly blog tours.

I am the Owner/Publisher of CFOM. The magazine is in its 6th year. Monthly we post a new issue of 35+ columns by the best and brightest authors, publishers, and agents in our industry.

The American Christian Fiction Writers have designated me as the Northeast Zone Director, where I lead the membership loop for New York, New Jersey, and the New England states.

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Posted by on October 17, 2014 in Uncategorized


Rayleigh’s Review: Keepers of the Covenant by Lynn Austin


The Synopsis

The Old Testament Comes to Thrilling Life in the Latest from Lynn Austin

In one life-changing moment, the lives of the Jewish exiles in Babylon are thrown into confusion and despair when a decree arrives from the king’s palace in Susa. It calls for the annihilation of every Jewish man, woman, and child throughout the empire on the thirteenth day of Adar, in less than one year. Ezra, a quiet Jewish scholar and teacher, is suddenly called upon to lead the community as they seek God for a reason for this catastrophe. When a second decree arrives, authorizing them to fight back, Ezra is thrust into the role of military leader as they defend themselves against their enemies.

When the battles come to an end, Ezra’s brother Jude is dead and Ezra is required by the Law he so diligently studies to marry Jude’s widow, Devorah, and provide an heir. Fatherhood changes Ezra, and he asks God to make a way for him and the other exiles to leave Babylon for good and return to Jerusalem. His prayers are answered and the exiles move to Judea to revitalize worship at the temple–but the fight to keep God’s Law is never easy. As more and more of his community are tempted, a new battle emerges…this one for the survival of God’s covenant and the souls of His chosen faithful.

My Review

MY GENERAL THOUGHTS: Biblical Fiction has very quickly become one of my favorite genres (when written by the right person) and I have to say that Lynn Austin has to be one of my favorite Biblical Fiction authors! The way she writes just brings you into the story, brings the characters alive, and refuses to let you put the book down! Keepers of the Covenant, though book two to a series that I do not own, grabbed my attention from the first paragraph and it was very easy to follow. The cover is beautiful and I loved how the plot unfolded. I also enjoyed reading this story through the point of view through two children in addition to the adults, it gave you a new perspective.

QUESTIONABLE CONTENT: Once again, I am not completely finished with this book as I was late in receiving it and the review deadline was right around the corner, so I did not have much time to read it. However, I am a good ways into it and can confidently tell you some of the content, however please do not hold it against me should I have forgotten something. Keepers of the Covenant did have some violent scenes during the fight, though not overly so. There were also some comments from the Gentiles to the Jews about their sexual intent of taking the Jewish women into their homes before killing them that may be disturbing to some, however, as far as I have read, there has been no actual scene.

RATING AND RECOMMENDATION: So, overall, I rate Keepers of the Covenant 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who enjoys Historical Fiction in addition to Biblical Fiction!

“I received this book from the publisher/author for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are my own.”

Author Bio/Website

Lynn AustinFor many years, Lynn Austin nurtured a desire to write but frequent travels and the demands of her growing family postponed her career. When her husband’s work took Lynn to Bogota, Colombia, for two years, she used the B.A. she’d earned at Southern Connecticut State University to become a teacher. After returning to the U.S., the Austins moved to Anderson, Indiana, Thunder Bay, Ontario, and later to Winnipeg, Manitoba.

It was during the long Canadian winters at home with her children that Lynn made progress on her dream to write, carving out a few hours of writing time each day while her children napped. Lynn credits her early experience of learning to write amid the chaos of family life for her ability to be a productive writer while making sure her family remains her top priority.

Extended family is also very important to Austin, and it was a lively discussion between Lynn, her mother, grandmother (age 98), and daughter concerning the change in women’s roles through the generations that sparked the inspiration for her novel Eve’s Daughters.

Along with reading, two of Lynn’s lifelong passions are history and archaeology. While researching her Biblical fiction series, Chronicles of the Kings, these two interests led her to pursue graduate studies in Biblical Backgrounds and Archaeology through Southwestern Theological Seminary. She and her son traveled to Israel during the summer of 1989 to take part in an archaeological dig at the ancient city of Timnah. This experience contributed to the inspiration for her novel Wings of Refuge.

Lynn resigned from teaching to write full-time in 1992. Since then she has published twelve novels. Eight of her historical novels, Hidden Places, Candle in the Darkness, Fire by Night, A Proper Pursuit, and Until We Reach Home have won Christy Awards in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, and 2009 for excellence in Christian Fiction. Fire by Night was also one of only five inspirational fiction books chosen by Library Journal for their top picks of 2003, and All She Ever Wanted was chosen as one of the five inspirational top picks of 2005. Lynn’s novel Hidden Places has been made into a movie for the Hallmark Channel, starring actress Shirley Jones. Ms Jones received a 2006 Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of Aunt Batty in the film.

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Posted by on October 14, 2014 in Uncategorized


Movies That I Am Looking Forward to Watching!

When I went with my church yesterday to watch Left Behind, there were several movie trailers that grabbed my attention and made me want to see the movie when it comes out. Please beware that some of these trailers may not be suitable for very young children; I would tell you what every movie is rated, but some of the ratings haven’t been announced yet :-/

Big Hero 6-Cartoon-Rated PG 

Exodus; Gods and Kings-Not yet rated but my guess is probably PG-13; maybe even R but I don’t think that is too much of an option.

Unbroken-Not yet rated but my guess is probably PG-13; I don’t think R is a possibility but I haven’t seen the movie:-) 

The Giver-Rated PG-13; I know this is out right now, but I haven’t seen it yet so it definitely goes on the list!

I’m sure I forgot a few, but hey, these will do! Are any of you interested in these?


Posted by on October 13, 2014 in Uncategorized


Left Behind; Whether or Not You Will Like It Depends On……

Left BehindI am going to go ahead and say that I LOVED this movie! But why I loved this movie is because I did not have anything to compare it to, as I have not yet been able to watch the originals(with Kirk Cameron), nor have I had the chance to read the book. So, of course I enjoyed this movie immensely (and just as a personal thought here, I think this movie should have been rated just PG instead of it’s current rating of PG-13; simply because the violence was not PG-13 quality nor was there a single cuss/swear word in the entire movie! There was not even a couple who kissed so therefore no sexual content either. I have no idea why it is rated PG-13…..Like…I have seen some G rated movies that were far worse than this.)

However, those who have seen the originals or read the book, I am afraid that you may be disappointed in Nicolas Cage’s remake, as my sister was (she read the book) and my parents were (they watched the originals). Of course they still enjoyed watching this and liked a few parts better than the originals, but Kirk Cameron was closer to the book than Nicolas Cage and was more spiritually correct. As for whether or not Nicolas Cage was spiritually correct, is open for debate. *The following paragraph(and only the one) has some small spoilers.*

For instance, all children in the world are taken up in the Rapture whether they have chosen to follow Christ or not. This is often debated amongst Christians as to whether or not there is an age of accountability for being taken to Heaven, as Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not forbid them, for such is the kingdom of Heaven.” (Matthew 19:14) Does this mean that all children go to Heaven? As I said, this is often debated amongst Christians, but no one will know until they are in Heaven.

The above paragraph is really all that stood out to me as far as being spiritually questionable other than them leaving out some critical information concerning when Jesus returns, like the Anti-Christ for example. But Overall, I encourage you to watch Left Behind with Nicolas Cage as it was a very well made movie and I do believe you will enjoy it!

If you do want my opinion of what a good age to watch this is, I would say older than 11 or 12 depending on what the individual child is accustomed to watching. There is violence however not too much blood, and if it does show blood then it is a very brief view (like maybe 2 or 3 seconds long) and not very much . There is a lot of suspense though and some of the actions from the civilians during their panic will cause you to hold your breathe.

Thank you all for stopping by and if you have seen the movie and noticed something that I missed, please feel free to let me know below in the comments!

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Posted by on October 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

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