Short Book

American Civil War by William D. Willis (Book Review #249)

This book review was requested by Lean Stone Book Club. American Civil War is a non-fiction history book about America and how the deadliest wars effected its country. It covers subjects like how Lincoln ended slavery and how the Confederate were defeated. This book does not, by all means, cover an extent and in-depth version of the incidents. However, what it does cover is enough for someone who really has no idea about the topic. The author expresses the wish to analyze the []

The Wealth Attraction Factor: Your Path To Infinite Abundance by Darren Burton (Book Review #224)

This review was kindly requested by Darren Burton. The Wealth Attraction Factor is a non-fiction- short book written about ways to increase your income. The author demonstrates that by using the correct mindset one can achieve a very wealthy life. The book discusses how to monitor your thoughts and learn how to be logical and practical in order to learn how to effectively apply the law of attraction. It teaches you to attract wealth into your belief and it will come. I []

Canada by William D. Willis (Book Review #250)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. Canada is a non-fiction history book about the history of this wonderful country. It is a short book covering the basics from the aboriginals, Vikings, British and French colonization, places and events that make what Canada is today. What I enjoyed most about this short book is that the content covers what Canada’s influence is in the world today. The extent of the influence is affected by the country’s economic, military power and []

A Gift for Sarah by R. A. Rios (Book Review #245)

This review was kindly requested by R. A. Rios A gift for Sarah is a short contemporary romance book. The story focuses on Bill and Sarah, sharing their love story. The book focuses on Bill’s journey, his sorrows, and happiness. Bill suffers from cancer but chooses not to tell Sarah about it. The entire setting is about his life and death. Although the story sounds very sad, to begin with, it displays a very sweet kind of love. The love that is []

Two Hundred Very Short Stories by Helen Keeling-Marston (Book Review #234)

This review was kindly requested by Helen Marston. Two Hundred very stories is written with the intention of providing a fast read through several short tales. The collection, although sounds like much, is, in fact, fit into an almost 200-page book. This means that the stories are a page or more long, creating the opportunity for the light reader fans to enjoy a swiftly subtle read before they sleep or conduct another hobby they are trying to get into. The work is []

Terrorism by Michael Mansell (Book Review #229)

This review was kindly requested by Lean stone Book Club. Terrorism is a non-fiction history short book. The book consists of a quick summary and explanation on how terrorism started, how many kinds exist, and compares certain ideologies such as comparing Jihad with terrorism or comparing Al Qaeda with ISIS. According to the book, terrorism started from the 14th century and they were mostly religious related. Cyber terrorism is, for example, something we are facing today. Viruses, stealing information, abusing the systems are just some []

The Poems of Robin R Rabii by Robin R Rabii (Book Review #194)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” The Poems of Robin R Rabii is a collection of poems written by the author expressing his emotions about certain political and social subject matters. Based on the cover design, at first, I thought that the poems were going to be about flowers and butterflies, however, soon after reading I realized that it was more of []

History of Philosophy by Michael J. Stewart (Book Review #206)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. History of Philosophy is a mind-boggling book discussing Roman, Eastern, and Western philosophy. It also includes Theories and philosophers, which have had great influence in shaping what we have today. I liked this book because it was very easy to understand. Philosophy is not a subject that everyone finds enjoyable or easy to read, however, this book has been written with a nice flow and connectivity between the subject matters. The literary []

Survival by Alexander S. Blackmon (Book Review #204)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. This book is all about survival techniques and basic preparing methods to survive tricky situations. I think it is a great book for people that travel a lot or are planning to travel to places that there may be circumstances where you really get stuck. I think it’s a very useful book to have and to even keep in the trunk of your car. The only recommendation I would have is to []