That’ll Preach! 5 Simple Steps to Your Best Sermon Ever by Charley Reed (Book Review #174)

This review was kindly requested by Charley Reeb That’ll Preach is a religious book providing a 5-step plan for performing a sermon that assists in transforming lives, in the name of Christ. As you all may know, a Sermon is a lecture or talk conducted by a religious institution or a clergyman. They discuss and address biblical, theological and moral topics, which suppose to better humans in living better, in the Christian way. In this case, the book assists in providing a []

Serial Killers by Frank C. Chastain (Book Review #179)

  Serial Killers is a book written about notorious murderers. In reality, it is a collection of well known documented serial killers like, the Long Island killer, the Zodiac killer, Genene Jones, The Boston Strangler and Richard Ramirez. I found the collection of stories to be quite compelling. The book contains some really scary stories and what makes things even worse is that they are true! The only thing that I did not get was the point of it all. I missed []

Whispers in the Alders by H. A. Callum (Book Review #186)

This review was kindly requested by H. A. Callum. Whispers in the Alders is an outstanding book written about a girl named Aubrey Worthington. Her parents move to this backdated, evil town called, Alders and that is where she meets a boy named Tommy. The story is told in the first person narrative and it does not take long to realize how badly both are suffering, individually. Tommy and Aubrey become best friends. Aubrey realizes how mistreated this poor boy is. Tommy []

The day My Fart Followed me to Soccer by Sam Lawrence & Ben Jackson (Book Review #159)

The day my fart followed me to soccer is a children’s book written about little Timmy going to soccer practice. As always his imaginary companion, Fart, follows him everywhere. Timmy has no clue what soccer is and how to play it so he gets Fart to teach him a few things and practices before the game. At the game, he realizes that there is a new girl called Sophie also clueless about the game. He tries to make her feel welcome and []

The Road to Alexander by Jennifer Macaire (Book Review #165)

This review was kindly requested by Jennifer Macaire.  The Road to Alexander is a historical fiction book written about a woman named Ashley. She receives an award and is chosen to travel back in time to interview her favorite historical figure, Alexander the Great. As she arrives in what is assumed to be the past, 333-330 BC, she is mistaken for the goddess of death and is kidnapped. Unable to return Ashley then faces a culture shock. The ancient ways are quite []

Between Two Worlds by Jodi Hockinson (Book Review #175)

This review was kindly requested by Southeast Media. Between Two Worlds is a fantasy novel containing time travel and shape shifting. It is the first book of the Lion Clan Series and it focuses on two characters named, Temi and John. Temi is a wonderful girl that is destined to be the leader of the Mountain Lion Clan. They are a hybrid of shapeshifters. Once her mother discovers Temi’s powers, she moves her away from the mountains to protect her. When they []


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