The Swimmer by Laury A. Egan (Book Review #1043)

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The swimmer is a fictional tale about Bess and her journey, making her final decisions about her life. It hasn’t been easy for Bess. She has lost the battle with pancreatic cancer, a failed marriage, and as a psychotherapist, she understands that her focus has been lost. She needs to accept help and take care of herself.

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Stardust Destinies I: Variate Facing by  Celinka Serre (Book Review #1042)

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Stardust Destinies is a young adult fantasy story. The story begins with Niome. She is on a mission with four of her friends and family, journeying through dark lands to find the stolen Book of Enchantment. It is being held by an evil lord who isn’t easy to beat, and she learns a few things on the way that creates an enticing story to read.

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Memoir of a Doomsday Prophet By Randall DeVallance (Book Review #1041)

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Memoir of a doomsday prophet is a suspense thriller about Edwin Block and his time in prison, reminiscing about the time and days that led his life to fall apart. He goes back to when he was still at college and how he failed his exam. He meets Barry Blankenship and joins him in stealing the statue of Thomas Bartholomew from the campus. The drama and encounters after their theft then shape this thriller story to be an exciting ride.

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Matters of Life and Death by Philip Stuckey (Book Review #1040)

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Matters of life and death is a collection of stories filled with elements of horror, fantasy, personal experience and many matters of life and death. It has a little of everything for everyone. The stories are captivating and intriguing to read.

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5 Years Later, we are still here :)

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5-Year Blogoversary!

It’s 27thSeptember—the day when Review Tales officially came into existence. It’s been 5 years today that we have been serving readers, authors, and book lovers.

We feel very jovial to announce that we are celebrating our 5th birthday at Review Tales. We have come a long way, and we want to take this chance to thank you all who have helped Review Tales grow in any way.

Review Tales has helped publish, edit and review so many books. We are proud of where we are and here’s to the next one and many more to come!

Wednesday’s Child by Laura Thomas (Book Review #1039)

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Wednesday’s Child is a well-written story about Violet and her life. From a young age, she loses her parents and is brought up by her neighbour. Working at a factory at the age of 14, she tastes the bitter fact of reality so soon.

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Discover Your Personal Truth: Ditch the Excuses and Start Living a Real Life (The Real Life Series) By  Jill Reid (Book Review #1038)

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Discover your personal truth is a self-help book geared towards those who wish to make a change in their life. The book enables you to look around and use the signs presented. Inclinations used as positivity and optimism are necessary, and examples are provided to suggest how to overcome fear and negativity.

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Jestus by V.S.Sury (Book Review #1037)

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Jestus is a fictional tale about a person who is different in his existence, goes by various names and somehow survives every ordeal he deals with. The protagonist’s story is narrated in the first person and constantly keeps you wondering how complex his personality is.

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F/X -26 by Stefan Vacak (Book Review #1036)

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F/X-26 is a military thriller story about Koston, a retired Air Force test pilot who owns a company that builds luxury jets for the rich. These jets are a testbed for the F/X-26, which he is determined to have approved by the Pentagon and his submission to Congress. However, things don’t exactly happen as planned, since existence of the F/X-26 is threatened with exposure by one of his directors. If that isn’t enough, vested aerospace interests want the radical aircraft destroyed. This novel displays a desperate attempt by Koston to succeed at all costs, battling anything and everyone who stands in his way.

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