Category: Non- Fiction

To Argue with Oblivion by Anthony Wright (Book Review #935)

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)”

The Whistleblower’s Tune by Hugh Giblin (Book Review #934)

The whistleblower’s tune is a memoir written about Hugh’s life, presenting honest and self-reflecting spam of his experience. Although I already felt that I knew enough about his journey after reading the book’s description, I still ended up reading the entire book and noticed… Continue Reading “The Whistleblower’s Tune by Hugh Giblin (Book Review #934)”

Mom Jokes: Chic Comebacks, Polished Puns, & Sophisticated Silliness (Book Review #947)

Mom Jokes is a humoros book filled with jokes and riddles. The book represents the view of a mother paying tribute to all things motherly. It is cleverly illustrated and keeps you intrigued till the end.

Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction by Michael J. Surdyka (Book Review #925)

Entirely Alive is a self-help book for anyone who is struggling with addiction. It is a beautifully written statement filled with inspirational methods, strategies, work questions, assessments, and a practically mapped-out proposal for a recovery plan.

Flashes and Sparks by Kate Peters (Book Review #922)

Flashes and sparks is a memoir written about Kate’s life. It begins with Kate’s perspective from a young age and how people are like Disney animations dancing and singing along, happy and oblivious of reality. Her life isn’t easy. Her cruel grandmother is just… Continue Reading “Flashes and Sparks by Kate Peters (Book Review #922)”

Where Silence Ends by Angela Ruiz and Mary Ruiz (Book Review #917)

Where silence ends is a beautiful story about how a young girl finally breaks silence over all the abuse and trauma she has gone through. Reading through four generations of Mexican American culture, family drama, and abuse, this memoir truly advocates for those who… Continue Reading “Where Silence Ends by Angela Ruiz and Mary Ruiz (Book Review #917)”

The Last Alias by Ste7en Foster (Book Review #914)

The last alias is a memoir. It is a collective story about a man with many faces. The self-discovery story is filled with multiple personalities that, each to their own, has a journey and message to give. Although it is all one protagonist, it… Continue Reading “The Last Alias by Ste7en Foster (Book Review #914)”

Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)

Real-life is a self-help book about the possibility of making a fresh start in life and creating another chance for being happy and content in life. It is easy to get caught up in the routine of things, and when things fall apart, we… Continue Reading “Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)”

KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)

Kings, conquerors, psychopaths is a non-fiction, historical book providing us a realistic look at how leaders and rulers brutally controlled us and how many of the same characteristics are displayed in the tyrants and cooperations we have today. The book introduces us to a… Continue Reading “KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)”