Stella by Josh Dygert (Book Review #991)

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Stella is a novella about a young girl who lives with her father in Torrance. She has a best friend and a dog. Her mother disappeared when she was young. A meteor hits their cornfield. Stella and her father run after the fallen star. Once he touches the star, he disappears, and that’s when things begin to turn for this 16-year-old.

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Love is Blood; Love is Fabric by Mary de la Fuente (Book Review #989)

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Love is blood is a poetry book that has been written for over seven years. It is filled with emotions, including grief, complex relationships, romance, difficulties, and values that drive from intuitions. There are also elements of spiritual and psychological matters resonating throughout the book.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I found the book to be enjoyable to read. I particularly cared about how honest and descriptive it was. The book is a journey of discovery and possessed a sense of fearfulness. I believe that creative writing is an asset to have.

Love is a beautiful feeling to experience, and it is truly amazing to be loved. I recommend this book to those who like to read poetry and enjoy feel-good books.

Written by Jeyran Main

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Maggie finds her muse by Dee Ernst (Book Review #990)

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Maggie finds her muse is a contemporary romance story. It begins with Maggie Bliss, a 48-year-old writer who hasn’t had much luck in relationships and struggles to finish her third novel. Following a suggestion made to her, she travels to Paris, lives in a beautiful apartment, and meets new people aspiring to finish her manuscript. How could you go to Paris and not find love? Yes, Maggie falls in love, and that alone brings a lot of drama into the mix.

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Gone by Reagan Keeter (Book Review #988)

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GONE is a thriller fiction written about how Connor does everything he can to find his abducted parents. Although police have been doing all they can, Connor finds himself searching for his parents, who have been taken.

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Cycles of the Phoenix: The Whole Interlaced Souls Series by C.A. Nicholas (Book Review #987)

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Cycles of the Phoenix is an exciting story that is divided into three parts. The book contains elements of fantasy, literary, horror, action, and drama. The story pleasantly surprises you as the collection covers so many various themes and storylines. You would really see how imaginative the author’s mind is.

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Cancel culture by Dennis Scheel

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Scott Cawthon, the creator of FNAF (Five Nights At Freddy’s) was recently doxed and his family was threatened with home invasions, forcing him to retire. But what could cause a debacle like that? I found it shocking, but his political views led to his ‘cancelation’. The news story about Scott made me think about the world we live in now, where religious, political, or even benign, ill-stated remarks have led to such severe consequences for a person and their art.

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Book Porn By Auriane de Rudder

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You guys, I think I’ve developed…a problem.

It started out, as these things often do, innocently. I was young, in middle school, and didn’t fit in. My hormones were surging and my awkward stage was in full swing. I watched other girls socialize at recess and flirt with boys our age, but that wasn’t for me. Instead, I found an escape. I formed a secret. I entered a world that was intimate and exciting, thrilling and mysterious.

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Ekleipsis by Tamel Wino (Book Review #986)

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Ekleipsis is a collection of short stories embodying the thought of what happens when we give in to the darkness?

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Fishing for Something by Andrew Scott Bassett (Book Review #985)

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Fishing for something is a fictional tale about two entrained brothers who barely have anything in common. The one thing they remember is how their father left them and how loving their mother is. However, things changed when they realized that their father has passed away, how they are now rich, inherited an estate, and a lot more.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I found the story to be very compelling to read. The contrast and dynamic of the two characters meshed very well together. Both had two different personalities, perspectives and came from diverse backgrounds, which stood out in the entire story.

The cover design was excellent. I liked how it was drawn and represented the content.

The literature was written well, and the story was well told. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys sibling stories and fictional tales.

Written by Jeyran Main

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