Category: Fiction

30 days in June by Chris Westlake (Book Review #683)

30 days in June is a thriller fiction about Jefferey Allen trying to hide away from a serial killer called Spartacus. The story begins 30 years ago in June when Spartacus brutally kills a married couple and continues to kill until he gets to…

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…

Around Midnight by Zarina Macha (Book Review #680)

Around Midnight is a young adult novel written about a girl that loves music and thrives on playing her saxophone. She has everything going for her. A prestigious opportunity for studying music and the potential for being a huge success. Megan meets a dashing…

The dark child by Timothy Lawver (Book Review #679)

The dark child is a family-oriented story about Kezia. She struggles with her mother, sister, father and brother, as each to their own suffers from some form of mental, physical and relationship issues. Above all this, there is a big family secret that is…

The House of Maple Street by Heidi Slowinski (Book Review #678)

The house of maple street is a story about Hillary Altman. She is a grad student who finds accommodation at a residence on Maple street. The house is not just any ordinary house, and that’s when the story reveals its properties.

Audiobooks by Dennis Scheel

Audiobooks by Dennis Scheel   The emerging market of Audiobooks appeals to more than just those with dyslexia and with poor eyesight, or even no sight. It is a growing market due to it being so convenient where you can listen to where some…

Academic Displacement by Michael Shotter (Book Review #675)

Academic Displacement is a novelette written about Roy Carter whose life utterly changes from being perfect to less than idyllic without really changing much about it.

Immaculate Conception by I. J. Miller (Book Review #672)

Immaculate Conception is a fictional story about two women who happen to have a baby together by using a surrogate. However, the biological father ends up making their lives hell forcing them to move countries. However, he does not stop there.

Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)

Chats with God is a fictional book written about God deciding to walk on earth as a person and conducting dialogue with various religions. God finds a friend named John and only reveals himself to him in order to interact with humans and to…