Category: Fiction

THE BIRD THAT SANG IN COLOR by Grace Mattioli (Book Review #912)

The bird that sang in color is the story of Donna. She has a particular image of what a perfect life looks like and imposes this thought on her brother Vincent. As she works hard to provide these things, she fails, and that guilt… Continue Reading “THE BIRD THAT SANG IN COLOR by Grace Mattioli (Book Review #912)”

Drawing the line: No Ladies in Room A3 by CLARE SCOPES (Book Review #909)

Drawing the line is a historical fiction about Maggie Goodwin. The story is set in 1938, and no ladies are working as animators at Harley Studios, Los Angeles. Maggie wants to prove everyone wrong.        

Against My Better Judgment by B.T. Polcari (Book Review #907)

Against my better judgment is a mystery, young adult fiction story about Sara Donavan, a freshman at the University of Alabama. She also works part-time at a museum gift shop. After purchasing a funerary mask, she receives a mysterious phone call, and that’s when… Continue Reading “Against My Better Judgment by B.T. Polcari (Book Review #907)”

Dragon’s Mist by Randy Cruts (Book Review #905)

Dragon’s Mist is a young adult graphic novel story about Charlie, an orphan, and lives with his aunt. He likes to visit the ocean, and one day he meets a blue dragon name Shannon. The two become friends. The adventure and time spent with… Continue Reading “Dragon’s Mist by Randy Cruts (Book Review #905)”

Cover your tracks by Daco S. Auffenorde (Book review #904)

Cover your tracks is a Psychological thriller about Margo Fletcher. She is eight months pregnant and traveling from Chicago to Spokane by train. The train brakes, and a massive avalanche plummets down the mountain. Margo listens to a former Army Ranger named Nick and… Continue Reading “Cover your tracks by Daco S. Auffenorde (Book review #904)”

Eleanor’s Travels – Love & Friendship, Volume 2 by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #921)

Eleanor’s Travel is a coming-of-age fictional story about love and friendship. This is the second book in the trilogy. Eleanor goes on a year-long journey. Her aim is to be inspired as she has a significant movie role. She decides to travel to 21… Continue Reading “Eleanor’s Travels – Love & Friendship, Volume 2 by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #921)”

The Wraith’s Memory – Between Gods and Mortals Book II by Whitney Rines (Book REVIEW #920)

The wraith’s memory is the second book in its series. It is a dark fantasy story written about a village boy, Chiron, working away trying to make a better life for his family. He leaves for school, and after his return, he encounters unpleasant… Continue Reading “The Wraith’s Memory – Between Gods and Mortals Book II by Whitney Rines (Book REVIEW #920)”

Marilia, the Warlord by Morgan Cole (Book review #902)

Marilia, the warlord, is the first book of The Chrysathamere. The story begins with Marilia, who is a young girl living in a brothel. Something terrible happens and causes her to flee with her brother Annuweth and head, searching for a friend of her… Continue Reading “Marilia, the Warlord by Morgan Cole (Book review #902)”

The Concrete Vineyard by Cam Lang (Book Review #899)

The concrete vineyard is a murder mystery story with elements of urban planning, thrills, twists, and turns that unexpectedly engage the reader from the world they are in. It all began with the suspicious death of an old retired man named Edward Mitchell. He… Continue Reading “The Concrete Vineyard by Cam Lang (Book Review #899)”