Category: Fiction

In a Town Called Paradox by Miriam Murcutt and Richard Starks (Book Review #884)

In a town called Paradox is a fictional story about Corin Dunbar losing her mother and going all the way to Paradox in Utah to live with her Aunt Jessie. The story is set in the 1950s, and Corin hates her life, living with… Continue Reading “In a Town Called Paradox by Miriam Murcutt and Richard Starks (Book Review #884)”

Sadie’s sin by Neil Perry Gordon (book Review #881)

Sadie’s sin was a historical fiction set in 1924. The story begins with Sadie living in Poland and in love with Alexander Kaminski. He is a university professor, and Sadie’s parents do not bless their unity. They instead force Sadie to marry a wealthy… Continue Reading “Sadie’s sin by Neil Perry Gordon (book Review #881)”

The Contest by Nora Katzir (Book Review #880)

The contest is a murder thriller story. Amy, Rachel, Jessica, and Lauri are four good friends. Each have good jobs, and their friendship is close. As dynamic as their personalities and characters are, Rachel seems to be one standing out. Her husband, John, is… Continue Reading “The Contest by Nora Katzir (Book Review #880)”

Catch Handle by Alison O’Mara (Book Review #879)

Catch handle is a fictional contemporary story about beautiful Arabian horses and Vivian, a new veterinarian’s journey working with them at her aunt’s ranch.

A Road to Redemption by Mark F. Geatches (Book Review #877)

A road to redemption is a dystopian/YA novel story that begins with Dictator Joseph Stoner, who has transformed the once-beloved America into a socialist utopia. A wave of destruction has left America unrecognizable. Zammi, Sydney, and Straz take it upon themselves to find a… Continue Reading “A Road to Redemption by Mark F. Geatches (Book Review #877)”

We All Die in the End by Elizabeth Merry (Book Review #873)

We all die in the end is a collection of interlinked stories that are placed in a small seaside town in Ireland called Co Down. Aside from the beautiful cover design, the book consists of diverse and colorful characters. Alongside humor, you also get… Continue Reading “We All Die in the End by Elizabeth Merry (Book Review #873)”

The Epistles of Jesus by Bayard Hollingsworth (Book Review #871)

The Epistles of Jesus is a fictional story.  It provides a theoretical approach to the matter of “what if we discovered that Jesus had written his teachings down himself and those teachings turned out to be in contrast to what exists now?” Since most… Continue Reading “The Epistles of Jesus by Bayard Hollingsworth (Book Review #871)”

Bad Luck Zach by Clifton Kenny (Book Review #870)

Bad luck Zach is an action-adventure about a young boy who finds himself not belonging to his environment. He is just too different

The Fairy Tales Grown Up by Konstantina Kalliontzi (Book Review #869)

The fairy tales grown up is a collection of fictional stories. The tales are based on the fairy tales we were used to reading when we were kids. The author does change a few things around but keeps the fantasy nature of the content,… Continue Reading “The Fairy Tales Grown Up by Konstantina Kalliontzi (Book Review #869)”