Sparks: Welcome to the Madhouse by Dan Cummings (Book Review #55)

  Welcome to the Madhouse because it truly is one! This is a story written about a hidden madhouse underneath the hospital grounds named after the regional headquarters of the Frontline Unified Battalion of Arcane Resistance (FUBAR). Dave, a simple janitor, discovers this place by accident alongside the fact that he possesses some gifts of his own. An accident turns Dave into this psycho. He creates a gang called the Whiskey Team and starts a war with the Alliance of Nyx, which []

Epstein Barr Virus Infection Reactivation by James Okun

“Is Epstein Barr Virus Infection Reactivation a Trigger for the Autoimmune Diseases MS, Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis? What’s Stress Got to Do with It and How Does This Affect Millennials?” In my book Erasing Scars: Herpes and Healing (https://amzn.to/2a2rVxQ) I describe how I came to an understanding of the relation of disease to an attitude to the world and how I was using my family to be in conflict. This conflict caused me to be constantly stressed out as I was unable []

The Alex Cave Series Book 4. Gravity by James M. Corkill (Book Review #65)

  This review is written for Online book club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” I have not read the previous books, and since everything is fresh and new for me, the review will also be on this book alone without any references to the previous stories. When you have written three sequels to a story and have had a successful turnout, the chances of you failing at the 4th is minimal. As gravity is the phenomenal force that []

Eating Ice Cream in Armageddon by Gabriel Bacopa (Book Review #49)

  There is a lot to cover in this book even though it consisted of three completely different short stories. The first story is about Robert, a great professor of Philosophy in the 21st center and his teaching at the Yale University. He isn’t the most punctual teacher. However, he never misses a class. One day his strike ends, and he misses one session. The school sends a patient that suffers from hebephrenic schizophrenia in his place. The students being unaware of []

Rethink Happy: An Entrepreneur’s Journey Toward Finding Authentic Joy by Doug Kisgen (Book Review #53)

This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Although this book is a fictional story, it comes from a very real place. The Author uses two characters in his tale to express and communicate his message to the reader. The significance of the message is way more useful than the story, however, sometimes, I believe people listen and learn faster and more effectively when it is said in a tale rather than a []

Sirens Wave by J. A. Hazel (Book Review #52)

Love stories are timeless, and for centuries we have adored reading, watching, and retelling these tales. Sirens Wave is just that and a little more. I am actually surprised that this book has not received its worth of publicity. It really is a gem. Two unlikely people with completely different personalities meet in the most improbable ways and wrestle through this voyage of self-discovery and love for one another throughout this book. The style of writing is unique and the way the []


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