Category: Fiction

Love, War, Glory by Denis Akinmolasire (Book Review #577)

Love war glory is a poetry, short essay book written with care and divided into four sections, love, war, glory, and life stories. Each chapter contained a combination of poems and short essay writings regarding the title. The literature was lyrical and had a…

The Essence of Shade by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #575)

The essence of shade is a Christian woman’s fiction about Shade who is happily married to a Christian man and has a child. Things go wrong when her husband passes away as he leaves behind breadcrumbs of secrets and unhappy things happen that affect…

The Butcher by Alan Kessler (Book Review #574)

The butcher is a young adult novel written in a post-apocalyptical world. The story is about The butcher being the leader of a superior race killing pigs with the intention that they are evil and they are here to destroy their race. Whoever joins…

Rejections From a Literary Agent: Discouraging Writers, One Bad Query at a Time By Randy Kasten (Book Review #573)

Rejections from a literary agent is a humorous book written about Marcie Ribbons who is a literary agent. She is retired and spends her day responding to query letters. She shares her view on the publishing industry and often expresses her thoughts and emotions…

Penny Dreadful by Teresa Tam-Morris (Book Review #570)

Penny Dreadful is a psychological thriller written about a social counselor called Jasmine. As a murder intrigues her sense of finding, troublesome scenarios begin to approach her. She investigates further and meets Penny. The story is set in Hong Kong and Jasmine comes from…

The fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #569)

The fourth courier is a crime fiction set in 1992. The story is about Jay Porter, a special agent and his gay CIA agent to investigate a Russian physicist who is missing. He is specialized in making atomic bombs and so that gives them…

The Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford (Book Review #565)

The Serpent and the Eagle is book one of Tenochtitlan Trilogy. This historical fiction is set in 1519 where Motecuhzoma leads the Mexica Confederacy. Mesoamerica has been happy for years and the nation prosperous, however, just like every other story, peace is not to…

The Wonderful Whippet of Winifred by Philippa Stasiuk (Book Review #563)

The wonderful whippet of Winifred is a thriller mystery written about Winifred and her show puppy named Shumba. As Shumba begins to win, other dogs start to disappear. Freddy and Eli get together to find out who and what is behind the incidents creating…

The Princess of Baker Street by Mia Kerick (Book Review #561)

The Princess of Baker Street is a young adult fiction story discussing two young teens, their emotional roller-coaster rides, transgender issues, and suicide matters. The story affects two kids in particular. A boy and a girl who once faces the dilemma of finding her…