Power Over Satan by Charles Spurgeon which is very boring. I need to finish it as it's a book my pastor has loaned to me to read. It's the first boring book he's given me. Anything else by this same author I will just skim over or find a cliff's notes type thing for it.
BORING. I am actually having to force myself to finish it despite having only two chapters left to finish.
For the last week or so, I've been reading Ken Follett's 'Pillars of the Earth'. It's set in the 12th century and it about the building of a cathedral. I have a keen interest in architecture and history, so it's an interesting read.
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