Category: historical fiction

The Epistles of Jesus by Bayard Hollingsworth (Book Review #871)

The Epistles of Jesus is a fictional story.  It provides a theoretical approach to the matter of “what if we discovered that Jesus had written his teachings down himself and those teachings turned out to be in contrast to what exists now?” Since most… Continue Reading “The Epistles of Jesus by Bayard Hollingsworth (Book Review #871)”

Search for the golden serpent by Luciana Cavallaro (Book Review #868)

Search for the Golden Serpent is a historical fiction fantasy about Evan. He is an architect who is having strange dreams encountering the mysterious Zeus who is attempting to prevent the birth of Christianity. Even not only has to fight for his life, but… Continue Reading “Search for the golden serpent by Luciana Cavallaro (Book Review #868)”

A Grand Exposition by Kim Idynne (Book Review# 853)

A grand exposition is a historical mystery set at the 1889 World’s Fair. It begins with Elizabeth, who has recently lost her husband and son. She moves to Delhi with her daughter, Charlotte, and is told to stay away from the Indian neighborhoods. Things… Continue Reading “A Grand Exposition by Kim Idynne (Book Review# 853)”

A Grand Exposition by Kim Idynne (Book Review #845)

A grand exposition is a historical mystery set at the 1889 World’s Fair. It begins with Elizabeth, who has recently lost her husband and son. She moves to Delhi with her daughter, Charlotte, and is told to stay away from the Indian neighborhoods. Things… Continue Reading “A Grand Exposition by Kim Idynne (Book Review #845)”

A Child of the Cold War: Code Name: Kitten by Cathy O’Bryan (Book Review #844)

A child of the cold war is a historical fiction based on a real family dealing with the cold war intruding in their seemingly normal life. Emmy, a teenager, is unaware that she has high-level CIA agents’ parents, wanted by the Nazi sympathizers.

The Sins of Others by Florian Schneider (Book Review #839)

The sins of others is a historical fiction set in 1933. It tells the story of Ben Heimlich, an English conflict zone photographer, and his estranged mother, who happens to be a militant fanatic on the run. Although Ben’s life may seem ideal, he… Continue Reading “The Sins of Others by Florian Schneider (Book Review #839)”

Prospects of a Woman by Wendy Voorsanger (Book Review #828)

Prospects of a Woman is a historical novel about Elisabeth Parker. The story is set in 1849, and Elisabeth travels to California with her husband, Nate, to see her father. Things don’t turn out as planned as Elisabeth finds herself stranded by her father,… Continue Reading “Prospects of a Woman by Wendy Voorsanger (Book Review #828)”

Loyal Son by Wayne Diehl (Book review #806)

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.

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

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… Continue Reading “To Give Thanks: Our Pilgrim Ancestors BY DAVE CURLISS (Book Review #805)”