Fiction

Strange Medicine by Mike Russell (Book Review #106)

This review was kindly requested by Mike Russell. While the word “strange” can mostly be perceived differently through a person’s perspective, this book appears to cover most basics of what constitutes a collection of very bizarre and strange stories. Strange medicine is a 146-page story consisting of eight stories. That does not leave much room for growth; attachment, backstory, layout, flow or any other standard format of things you look for in reviewing a particular work, however, Mike Russell manages to accomplish []

Life into Mist by Haidji (Book Review #93)

Life into Mist is a journey. It is set in a place where souls travel to earth as a newborn. This poetic, mystical story has a combination of stories where a girl is recounting her life or a boy is trying to help an old man. It is truly warm to the heart and dear to the mind.

Noah’s Wife by T.K. Thorne (Book Review #115)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Noah’s wife is a fictional tale about Na’amah. The story begins twenty-one years before the flood when Na’amah was just a kid. The setting of the tale is around 5521 B.C. and so many historical references match the same biblical stories we know from that time. Of course, this has to be made clear that the []

When Evil Cries by Eti Elbot (Book Review #99)

  When Evil Cries is a fictional story based on personal experience. Joao Adao Jovem is the heroine of this story. His behavior, mental stability, and the choices that he makes are all tainted by bad parenting and not receiving the necessary love and guidance from his parents.