Positive Vision is a biography written about Brandt’s life, adventure and encounters. He presents his outtake on life and entertains the reader with his exciting retelling’s of explorations, jumping from a plane, chasing a criminal in New York, and more. He is honest about… Continue Reading “Positive Vision by Ken Brandt (Book Review #1026)”
Animal Slippers is the third book in its series. Shallcross and Flame Vine are two previous works before this one. Shallcross novels are the American Stadium for fifty years of Aubrey Shallcross’s life.
Silent rise is a memoir. It is a form of documentation that displays Jones’s parents supporting his dreams, his love for the arts and how he graduates with a Masters in Fine Arts. Jones believes that he can change and transform communities through art… Continue Reading “Silent Rise by Rick H. Jones (Book Review #1023)”
Hillbilly Queer is a memoir written about how the author grew up as a hillbilly and queer in a neighbourhood where they were primarily homophobic.
My son died. How do I go on? Is a concise book about a mother’s loss over suicide. Her son perishes as she and her husband try everything possible to resolve his understanding of the world. Even though he was monitored and was on… Continue Reading “My son Died. How do I go on? By Farzana Prior (Book Review #935)”
Hi Jeyran, Thank you for your you review. I’m pleased to know that you enjoyed it and really appreciate that you reviewed it so rapidly. I hope you’ll enjoy Dancing with Death as much. Could I ask you to correct my first name which… Continue Reading “I, Tarzan Against All Odds by Jean-Philippe Soulé (Book Review #953)”
From my balcony to yours is a biography written as a collection of short stories aimed to enlighten you and inform you of her personal account during the first several months of the Covid-19. Her observations are sweet and endearing. The book is thought-provoking… Continue Reading “From My Balcony To Yours by Nino Gugunishvili (Book Review #950)”
Braving the world is a memoir written about Pam and Dave’s journey of a lifetime. They retire and take a year-long trip to Italy in order to travel around. By staying three months here and three months there, they see so many beautiful countries.
To argue with oblivion is a beautiful memoir about Anthony and his life dealing with a brain tumor that is too large for radiotherapy. Anthony sets out to find a way to treat himself with no drugs to treat it, laying all options in… Continue Reading “To Argue with Oblivion by Anthony Wright (Book Review #935)”