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Newsmax Rising Bestsellers – Week of Jan. 16, 2023

Newsmax Rising Bestsellers – Week of Jan. 16, 2023

By    |   Monday, 16 January 2023 11:20 AM EST

The unsettling times we’re living in are something of a theme this week. Newsmax’s selections include two warnings about the intentions of the political left: one from a giant voice in conservative thought as well as Newsmax TV favorite, and the second from a political giant on Capitol Hill. Another offering gives us a strong reminder about the incredible power of prayer during times of uncertainty. That lesson is taught through the life-changing stories of others who only had prayer to see them through difficult, even terrifying, circumstances.Also, when we think of the people who built New York City, the names Morgan, Carnegie, and Rockefeller immediately come to mind. But there are also many unsung heroes who played a role in making what was once called the Greatest City on Earth. This week’s fiction choice is the latest mystery-suspense from two writers who have elevated the genre to an art form.

Faith Still Moves Mountains: Miraculous Stories of the Healing Power of Prayer,” by Harris Faulkner (Fox News Books)

In these uncertain times the realization of God’s power becomes more important than ever, television news host Harris Faulkner suggests. Prayer is much more than a mere wish list. Prayer is hope put into action and its power is a reminder of how small we are, and how great and powerful God is. And the true-life stories told in “Faith Still Moves Mountains” affirm that prayer works. Faulkner has collected stories come from all over the world: from the horrific 2012 Aurora, Colorado, theater shooting, to the devastating 2010 Haitian earthquake, to the ocean where two young teens were rescued by a ship named Amen off the coast of Florida in 2019. In each inspiring and uplifting story, God instilled hope in believers, even when all appeared lost. The book also includes a list of newly written prayers that reflect the current times, which give readers a map for putting the lessons of the stories into action. (Nonfiction)

Final Battle: The Next Election Could Be the Last, by David Horowitz (Humanix Books)

Newsmax TV regular contributor David Horowitz exposes the ultimate threat to freedom that  Democrats pose. The ideals that America has always relied on — capitalism, freedom of expression, an independent judiciary, and our electoral system —all are at risk. The divisions are such that Americans speak in antagonistic political languages, and the two parties are so polarized that the American way of life itself is at risk.

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The House of Wolves,” by James Patterson & Mike Lupica (Little, Brown and Company)

Veteran storytellers James Patterson and Mike Lupica team up to spin a yarn about the most powerful family in California — the Wolfs. Following the murder of her father, Jenny Wolf becomes the new head of the family, and at first blush, she seems wholly ill-prepared to wield the power. Jenny is a 36-year-old former high school teacher. As the matriarch, Jenny now runs the prestigious San Francisco Tribune and controls the city’s legendary pro football team, the Wolves. And she has to avenge her father’s murder — if she can survive the killers all around her. A page-turner of a family drama from two veterans. (Fiction)

The New Yorkers: 31 Remarkable People, 400 Years, and the Untold Biography of the World's Greatest City, by Sam Roberts (Bloomsbury Publishing)

New York City has a rich history going back 400 years, and the movers and shakers who brought the city to greatness aren’t necessarily found in the history books. You have to really dig down deep to find them, and Sam Roberts does exactly that. The 31 names he’s unearthed include the colorful and oddball, the imaginative and visionary, and the industrious who do what others didn’t. In short, and more than anything, these 31 can be called in every sense true New Yorkers. The book takes us from the first person who was murdered in the city in the 17th century to the high school dropout who became its crimefighter in the 20th century. It includes the woman whose claim to fame was to be the first person to appear nude in a major motion picture to the husband and wife team who invented the celebrity interview. (Nonfiction)

Only the Strong: Reversing the Left's Plot to Sabotage American Power,” by Tom Cotton (Twelve)

In “Only the Strong,” Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., explains that the failures of Barack Obama and Joe Biden weren’t really failures to them — they actually were intended in order to create a weakened America and embolden our enemies. This is the untold inside story revealed by the Arkansas Republican insider of how progressive hardliners and Democratic politicians turned their backs to traditional American values of strength, honor, and pride. But it didn’t just begin with Obama. Early progressives like Woodrow Wilson promoted big government and globalism at the expense of “America First” and individual rights. By the mid-1960s, leftists began blaming all the world’s ills on America. That reached a high point with Obama’s international “apology tour” and continued throughout his eight years in office. Since then, Democrats have permitted America’s sovereignty to decline and weakened our military to restrain American power. In addition to sounding the alarm, “Only the Strong” offers guidance to restore American strength and greatness before it’s too late. (Nonfiction)

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Monday, 16 January 2023 11:20 AM
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