The Footsteps of Cain by Derek Kohlhagen (Book Review #155)

This review was kindly requested by Derek Kohlhagen. The footsteps of Cain is a post-apocalyptic, science fiction story with substantial metaphysical underpinnings. It revolves around a man seeking his freedom. He is controlled by supernatural forces and is given the task of killing humanity only because he has committed a dreadful crime. The layout is divided into two sections. It explains the backstory of how his fate became this way and then it moves towards the future where he has succeeded killing []

Fix by Michael Golvach (Book Review #160)

This review was kindly requested by Micahel Golvach Fix is a paranormal thriller written about David and his girlfriend Juno. They lead a life that is not exactly what they dreamt of growing up. Stuck in a situation where drugs are involved, David is trying to free himself and his girlfriend by working with the police and hustling his way out of the deep hole he has dug for them. As he is trying to drag his drug dealer boss down, things []

Mestlven: A Tale from Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #161)

This review was kindly requested by Rebeka Teller. Behind every evil, there is a story – there is pain. The abused becomes the abuser. The kind spirited becomes the villain. This tale is the latest book written by the author and I must say that he has left the best to last. Mestlven is the city where Meredith (Sob) lives in. Sob was not in love with Malcolm, her husband; she was in fact, in love with his brother that had died. Sob []

Preflight Checklist by Paul E. Casey (Book Review #162)

This review was kindly requested by Paul E. Casey Preflight Checklist is a book written for anyone who is looking to start their own business or wishes to brush up on the current one they run. Why should we take the advice from this author? Well for starters, Paul E. Casey is the CEO and founder of Casey Communications Inc., a full-service communications firm based in Seattle. He has hosted numerous radio shows on self-employment and has interviewed hundreds of successful entrepreneurs. []

Sand Runner by Vera Brook (Book Review #164)

This review was kindly requested by Vera Brook.  Sand Runner is a Young Adult, Science Fiction novel written about a boy named Kaiden Reed. Kai enters a running competition only to get a kiss from Sara, a girl he is infatuated with. He finishes first and receives his prize but then is invited to compete in the No Limits Race, a race featuring ten runners on ten various tracks in as many days as possible. The prize this time is much grander []


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