Category: Fiction

One Too by Sherrie Cronin (Book Review#432)

One Too is the 6th book of the 46. Ascending book series which is about a collection of stand-alone stories where each family member possesses their own superpower. As you read through the series, you understand that each member; mother, father, son, two daughters,…

Bonjour! Let’s Learn French: Visit New Places and Make New Friends by Judy Martialay (Book Review #431)

Bonjour! is an English book that teaches French to children. This children’s book is a good resource to use to introduce French terms. The work also enables practices and workbooks in order for the parents to practice the language with their kids. There is…

Ashes of Glass by Emma Hill (Book Review #430)

Ashes of Glass is a young adult novel that is romantically inclined. The focuses on Arella Marceau. She is the daughter of a wealthy merchant but situation changes and she finds herself working as a maid at a palace. The prince is charming and…

Zehiya by Mayra Sonam Paldon (Book Review #429)

Zehiya is a fictional story placed in Central Asia on the Silk Road along the Taklamakan Desert in the 10th Century. This historical fiction focuses on Zehiya and how much she wishes to have an eagle of her own. She is from a tribe…

Gables Court by Alan S. Kessler (Book Review #428)

Gables Court is about Samuel Baas who is a hopeless romantic. He wants to remain a virgin until he falls in love and marries his soulmate. The story takes on 10 years of his life describing his journey towards intimacy. It is only when…

Man O’ War by Dan Jones (Book Review #427)

Man O’ War is a science fiction thriller and focuses on Dhiraj Om. He is a jelly fisherman seeking finds that he could sell just to get his life going. The story is set in London. Once he catches a pleasure robot, he knows…

Harnessing Altruism by Sava Buncic (Book Review #284)

Harnessing Altruism is a dystopian fiction story. The world is almost to its end. Troy Turnbull, the prime minister of Nativa, has been trying his best to communicate the fact that the countries have to work together in sharing recourses in order for all…

The Pariah Child and the Ever-Giving Stone by Natasha Lane (Book Review #426)

The Pariah Child & the Ever-Giving Stone is a young adult fantasy written about a young girl named Sarah. She can hear things and creatures appear that make no sense. An incident with a wolf causes her to barely survive. Her saviors then ask…

Gustave Flaubert: The Ambiguity of Imagination by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #425)

The Ambiguity of Imagination is a meta literature story. It is written about Harel-bey, a character in one of Monsieur Bouvard’s stories which happens to come alive taking revenge on all the other protagonists, the author has written. I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It…