Category: historical fiction

Beyond The Moon by Catherine Taylor (Book Review #695)

Beyond the moon is a mixture of first world war literary, historical fiction with a mix of time travel and love story. The story is about Louisa, who is sadly burying her grandfather. The loss hits her badly, and as she drowns in the… Continue Reading “Beyond The Moon by Catherine Taylor (Book Review #695)”

INTO THE UNBOUNDED NIGHT by Mitchell Kaplan (Book Review #682)

Into the unbounded night is a story set in the first century. The tale revolves around five companions and their struggles surviving the Roman era. The doomed angel, a young woman, a sole survivor of a sacked village, a Roman general are just a… Continue Reading “INTO THE UNBOUNDED NIGHT by Mitchell Kaplan (Book Review #682)”

KAZUCHIYO: Battle for Two Bridges by Melanie Schoen (Book Review #690)

Kazuchiyo is a historical fantasy fiction novel written about a samurai named The Red Dragon and his son, Kazuchiyo. He loses his son to his rivals and Kazuchiyo is raised by the enemy. He learns the arts of war in an unfamiliar land and… Continue Reading “KAZUCHIYO: Battle for Two Bridges by Melanie Schoen (Book Review #690)”

The Glass Bulldog by Alison Huntingford (Book Review #682)

The glass bulldog is a historical fiction about Tom. The story is set in 1833 after Tom has lost his sister and is struggling to make ends meet. A simple mistake costs him time in prison, and once he is free, Tom ends up… Continue Reading “The Glass Bulldog by Alison Huntingford (Book Review #682)”

Let’s Pretend: A Tale of Mind, Imagination, and Healing by Christian Hageseth III (Book Review #681)

Let’s pretend is a paranormal fiction story. It is about a sixty-three-year-old man who has Parkinson’s disease. Peter is not only dealing with this situation, but he is also bankrupt, lonely, and struggling to survive with all the loss in his life.

The Dog on the Acropolis by Mark Tedesco (Book Review #671)

The dog on the Acropolis is a historical fiction story. The book is about the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans. Whenever the dog, Drago, falls asleep, the reader is transported to ancient Greece, when the… Continue Reading “The Dog on the Acropolis by Mark Tedesco (Book Review #671)”

The Night Is Far Gone by Tim Jorgenson (Book Review #670)

The night is far gone represents the time frame when the Romanov fell during the Russian revolution. The historical fiction is set in 1912 and provides a detailed explanation of what the Russian Monarchy went through with Rasputin.

Farewell My Life: Buona Notte Vita Mia by Cynthia Sally Haggard (Book Review #666)

Farewell, my life is a historical fiction written in three parts. The story was primarily set around the time when the Nazis rose and so it has many war scenes.

What Heals the Heart by Karen A. Wyle (Book Review #653)

What heals the heart is a historical romance written about Joshua Gibbs. The story is set around the Civil War time, and Joshua still remains to have nightmares from the experiences encountered during the war. He is a doctor and has a dog who… Continue Reading “What Heals the Heart by Karen A. Wyle (Book Review #653)”