Bottomless Cups by Joel Bresler (Book Review #864)

Bottomless cups is the story really begins with Teddy and Ray spending their life drinking endless cups of coffee at various restaurants that offer refills without you having to purchase any food. With coffee, many stories of discussions, memories, and challenges occur that shape this beautiful story. The uniqueness of the content made it all so enjoyable to read.

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Soledad in the desert by Meredith Sue Willis (Book review #808)

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Soledad in the desert is a colonized science fiction story told by a child Soledad. The tale is about a group of people who have reinvented a culture in an alien world, and it’s told through the eye of their children.

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Whisper of the Lotus by Gabrielle Yetter (Book Review #841)

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Whisper of the Lotus is a fictional novel about Charlotte, who travels to Cambodia and meets the dashing Rashid, an older man with a secret. The descriptive writing takes you on a beautiful journey, making you smile as you learn about the golden temple, monks, and the exciting revelation Charlotte has to face in the unfamiliar land. Her relationship with Rashid is also multilayered and entices you to know what exactly is he there for?

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THE DREAMKEEPERS: An Invictus Mystery Thriller by Antonio Zadra (Book REview #807)

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The dreamkeepers is a mystery thriller about Dr. James Dillan. He is called to investigate a crime due to the death of a woman in the Italian Alps. As he researches, uncovers more clues, and ideas of how the crime happens, James plunges into a world that also becomes a self-discovery journey. There are things he has to deal with about his past.

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Loyal Son by Wayne Diehl (Book review #806)

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Loyal son is a historical novel set in 1846. Hundreds of Irish Catholic immigrants are being abused under the command of officers that are part of a very fearful artillery unit in the Mexican Army.

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To Give Thanks: Our Pilgrim Ancestors BY DAVE CURLISS (Book Review #805)

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To give thanks is a thinking wonderment of our grandparent’s Mayflower crossing in 1620 and the incredible sequence of events leading to the first Thanksgiving. This historical book reminds us of the early American pilgrims taking mankind from an old world and delivering it into the new world.

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Silver the Snow Fairy: Silver Rescues Santa Claus by Jessie Best (Book Review #831)

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Silver rescues Santa Claus is a children’s book about Silver saving Christmas by finding the tiny village of Lavender Hollow from the North Pole. The mischief toy Soldiers have captured Santa, and Silver finds herself with a mission. She isn’t alone, though. Her magical unicorn and wolf cub are there to help, and the added mouse makes this book a joyful read for the season.

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