Will you love me again is a fiction novel written about Lucy and David. Lucy is a blogger and is married to David. They met at high school, and their romance soon deuterates when Lucy starts doubting his love for her.
At the kingdoms fold is a historical fantasy about sword and sorcery. This is book one of its series and begins with an angry King, Virun, slaughtering everyone in his way seeking the Queen he was meant to have.
My dear Ellie is a fictional story about love and friends. It begins with Ellie wanting to be a superstar. Her dream and ambitions are so intense that she does not want to take a long time to achieve it. As the going says,… Continue Reading “My Dear Ellie by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #728)”
Come join the murder is a murder thriller written about a woman named Rebecca who loses her son and husband in a car accident. Police began looking for a suspicious van that was seen passing by. Rebecca seeks revenge as all that mattered to… Continue Reading “Come Join the Murder by Holly Garcia (Book Review #727)”
Hellhound is a historical fiction about Ken Hazel, an Australian soldier who is captured by the Japanese. He has undergone many hardships, torture and gruesome treating.
The glorious between is a story about Emily and Patrick. Emily is not well and is terminally ill. Patrick, a neurologist, loves Emily and tries all he can to save her from the inevitable outcome. Emily cannot remember much, and that really reflects on… Continue Reading “The Glorious Between by Doug Reid (Book Review #750)”
Tedeskimma is a dystopian fiction novel written about eleven characters that are all connected for a single purpose. A Skimma passes on from one character to another, and as they receive it, the story of that particular character is revealed.
We of the forsaken world is a fictional book written with four characters as protagonists. Each character has a story of its own with no relevance to the other and as disjointed as this may sound the book takes you on a journey around… Continue Reading “We of the Forsaken World Kiran Bhat (Book Review #721)”