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I tend not to agree with the people doing the reviewing, except on their review of Elsie who I am now predisposed to hate. (I was glad of their review because it saved me the trouble of having to read the rest of the books to find out what happened to Elsie. She married the guy I thought she would.)
But on the whole - I think they make both good points and bad points.
Their worst point is - if a book isn't "Christian" or the characters are not "Christian" they seem loathed to recommend them. If we're to avoid anything "non-Christian" our reading world would be considerably smaller. My mind begins to whirl when I think of all the books and wonderful stories I would have missed out on had I been denied the right to read "secular fiction."