Fearful by Christian Nava (Book Review #1141)

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Fearful is a children’s book about a twelve-year-old boy who gets in trouble being desperate to become an influencer. He finds a phone abandoned and thinks this is it, but the phone is cursed, and he has to face many troubles with his friends going on an adventure dealing with the haunted phone.

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Genepool by A. E. Price (Book Review #1140)

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Genepool is a young adult/adult crossover science fiction fantasy book. It is the debut novel from A. E. Price and begins with eleven-year-old Anya. She is special in so many ways, but above all, her genes have been modified before she was even born.

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CHOOSING LIFE by JULIA TANNENBAUM (Book Review #1139)

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Choosing life is the third book of ‘The changing ways series’ and is written about a young girl dealing with therapy, failed relationships, and the chance of falling into the same old bad habits.

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Desiree – The Music of My Soul by Peggy Race (Book Review #1138)

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Desiree is a memoir written about how Peggy deals with losing her husband and survives without him. Her troubles are not only emotional, but her furry friends need her full attention as well. Her insecurities, self-doubt, and low self-esteem is a reflection of all that has happened in her life, and Jilly, a troubled border collie, particularly has Peggy wondering what to do.

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Creating Gods by Omar Newton Wilson (Book Review #1137)

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Creating Gods is a self-help- philosophy book discussing the concept of ‘The Sandbox’ being the universe with a gazillion moving parts informing us of the language of which allows us ways to think. The way we think implements constructs existing in singularities.

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Unconventional by Jamie Andrea Garzot (Book Review #1136)

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Unconventional is a memoir written by Jamie Andrea Garzot describing her journey from having a four-figure capital investment and no experience to becoming a cannabis entrepreneur and pioneer.

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Dare the Dark by Bruce Mitchell (Book Review #1135)

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Dare the dark is a murder mystery set in the 1870s. The story is about two detectives trying to find a crazed killer while they are entangled in a web of Asian thugs and terrorists.

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All the Queen’s Men by Darryl Gauci (Book Review #1134)

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All the Queen’s men is a political history story about the Glover brothers, Zachary, Peter, Adrian, and Adam. All four served the British Empire, and the story mentions the trouble they faced in 1859. The story is written in letters and records that were passed between the brothers.

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Chasing Butterflies: The True Story of a Daughter of 9/11 by Ashley Bisman (Book Review #1133)

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Chasing Burfferlies is a beautiful memoir written by Ashley Bisman, who expresses her devastating loss of her father due to the 9/11 terrorist attack of the trade center. She realizes that things will not be the same; she tells us how Jeff, her father, never came home. We then journey through watching Ashley pass through her teen and young adult life dealing with finding her identity and all the profiling she faces.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Her quest to live a happy life, find a meaningful relationship, and all the similar things we desire is not anything out of the ordinary, but what becomes the deciding factor is the question that remains in her head, saying, “can I?”

I found the literature to be written well. The honesty stood out for me and the emotionally charged memoir made me want to read the book till the end. Her message is clear and it was lovely to read along how Ashley dealt with every obstacle.

I recommend this book to memoir fans and those who wish to learn how it was for those who lost someone on 9/11.

Written by Jeyran Main

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