Category: Fiction

Forever by Geoffrey M. Cooper (Book Review #766)

Forever is a medical thriller story about a professor who is on his sabbatical leave. Brad Parker is one of Harvard’s Genomic engineers, and he specializes in altering genome to find a cure for cancer. He is contacted by the FBI asking him to… Continue Reading “Forever by Geoffrey M. Cooper (Book Review #766)”

Scarred Soul of a Grieving Daughter: Inspired by True Events by Bette J. Hepler (Book Review #765)

Scarred soul of a grieving daughter is a psychological thriller written about a girl seeking revenge over her father’s death. The hatred within her provides the fire and ammunition to be brave, vigilant and rational towards the path she chooses to take. Alease is… Continue Reading “Scarred Soul of a Grieving Daughter: Inspired by True Events by Bette J. Hepler (Book Review #765)”

Dark Divinations by Naching T. Kassa (Book Review #761)

Dark Divinations is a horror anthology consisting of 14 frightening tales set in Victorian times. Each story is geared- around a method of divination and is written by a different author. The collection of stories consists of a young woman with powers to manipulate,… Continue Reading “Dark Divinations by Naching T. Kassa (Book Review #761)”

Who’s your daddy by Arisa white (Book review #797)

  Who’s your daddy is a lyrical genre-bending coming-of-age tale featuring a young, queer, black Guyanese American woman who, while seeking to define her own place in the world, negotiates an estranged relationship with her father.

Two Murders Too Many by Bluette Matthey (Book Review #813)

Two murders too many is a murder crime thriller story focusing on a chain of murders in Shannon’s town. Charlie Simmons, who has been newly appointed as a policeman, is in charge and investigates to determine what has happened.

The Tailor of Riga by Jonathan Harries (Book Review #812)

The tailor of Riga is a crime thriller story about a family that has been assassins for 70 generations. Dating back to the 19th century, the tale begins with the protagonist expressing his doubts over joining his assassin family and how it all started… Continue Reading “The Tailor of Riga by Jonathan Harries (Book Review #812)”

200 Letters by Amy Watkins (Book Review #759)

200 letters is a romance novel written about Angela and Ethan. Angela comes from a previously abusive relationship that was causing great misery. Ethan is unhappily married, working at the same office as Angela. They meet, and a connection happens between them, causing persevering… Continue Reading “200 Letters by Amy Watkins (Book Review #759)”

Hack by SGM Ashcroft (Book Review #811)

Hack is a fictional story about Llew Sabler. Llew is a journalist and a handful for his editor. He is all about controversy and causing havoc, one that causes him big trouble and ends up having him become a hated public figure. As a… Continue Reading “Hack by SGM Ashcroft (Book Review #811)”

Possessed President by Amo Sulaiman (Book Review #798)

Possessed President is a political fiction. The story begins with Earl-Dylan and Osray traveling to the white house so that they can save the President from Mr. McGarvish. He possesses the President’s mind, and the two have to face Mr. McGarvish in order to… Continue Reading “Possessed President by Amo Sulaiman (Book Review #798)”