The Rayne Project (Project Hercules, Book 1) by Lyna Lopez (Book Review #804)

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The Rayne project is a sci-fi, dystopian superhuman novel about Rayne. A plague has taken over the world, and the habitable zones are governed by the military, who use super-soldiers to fight the battle for them. For some particular reason, Rayne turns out to be one of the superhumans, and that is when things turn in for her. Rayne has to run for her life as the government goes after her, and she has to find others like her to figure out where her family is and finish this battle.

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Silver the Snow Fairy: The Christmas Window by Jessie Best (Book Review #832)

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Silver, the snow fairy, is a children’s book written about Silver’s journey looking for her magical silver bell. She needs it in time for Christmas, and the elves have stolen it. Silver, her silvery-white unicorn named Wonder, and Winn, the wolf cub, search hard, looking for the bell. On the way, they discover an 8-year-old girl named Sabrina, who has lost her father. Silver chooses to forget about her trouble and helps the little girl instead. Her journey allows her to also discover a few little Christmas magic as well.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The book has a few black and white illustrations. This added to the enjoyment of the story. Silver is brave, and her personality was likable. The content definitely reminisced the Christmas feeling of celebration and giving. Literature that brings joy and also educates young ones are always my kind of ideal children’s books. I appreciated how the author managed to allow the reader to connect with the essential spirit.

I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good Christmas gift for their child.

Written by Jeyran Main

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Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #803)

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Fire on the Island is a crime mystery drama set in Greece. It is the fourth published novel by the author, and it begins with an arsonist who burns a village down by blowing it up. Nick, a Gay FBI agent, comes in to investigate the fires and to discover the reasons behind it.

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Kindness Feels Incredible – Piper and Beanie Adventures by Donna Coker (Book Review #802)

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Kindness feels incredible is a children’s book dedicated to all children that need a little kindness. The story begins with Piper and Beanie going for a swim when they see Rowdy, a not so nice dog throwing stones at a squirrel. When Piper and Beanie go back to their mommy and complain about him, she advises them to be kind.

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13 worlds by J. J. Hair (Book Review #801)

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13 worlds is a science fiction story about an omnipotent super-being known as the “Guide,” Commander Culben, Dr. Reeves, and the crew of starship Ranus has set out on a mission to destroy thirteen different planets: analogous but unique versions of 1st and 2nd Earth. The planets’ inhabiting civilizations are believed to be on the verge of developing advanced DNA-editing technology known as CRISPR, which would lead to the creation of Supremes: an advanced human species capable of wiping out all life in the galaxy.

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A few words by Kevin Doyle

         The other day, I managed to do something I hadn’t accomplished for years.

         I wrote a short story.

         Okay, a little background here. When I first began writing fiction (a long, long time ago), I started with short stories and pretty much intended to end there. Mainly in the horror genre, I churned out dozens, one or two of them were even kind of good. Back in those days, the biggest market for short fiction was the “little magazines,” so designated by Writer’s Digest. They were magazines with circulations of only a few thousand, some with circulation in the hundreds, often printed out on second-hand copiers in the publisher’s basement after they came home from working their nine-to-five day jobs.

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Billy’s search for the unspell spell by Helen C Burke (Book Review #831)

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Billy’s search for the unspell is a beautifully written story about Billy’s grandmother. She is the Magical Meadow’s fairy queen, and only Billy knows that she is trapped in Ireland. Everyone else thinks she is in Peru. Billy is searching for the Healing Well. The missing Merrow is what he needs to help his Grandma, but Finbar the Rat Boy has the Merrow’s cloak, and without it, the Unspell Spell cannot be used, so the mission becomes an adventurous one.

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Coronavirus Haiku: Poetry to Help Lighten Your Pandemic Days by James Weir (Book Review #800)

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Coronavirus Haiku is a poetry book filled with poems about what the world is currently going through with this virus. It touches subjects like social distancing, the isolation, protests, and everything that revolves around the uncertainty this global virus has induced.

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Bringing Overlooked Historical Figures To Life by Christie Stratos

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It can be fun to write about historical figures everyone knows, but I find it extra exciting to resurrect real people history has forgotten.

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