Stars Above by Marissa Meyer (Book Review #8)

  Summary “The enchantment continues… The universe of the Lunar Chronicles holds stories—and secrets—that are wondrous, vicious, and romantic. How did Cinder first arrive in New Beijing? How did the brooding soldier Wolf transform from young man to killer? When did Princess Winter and the palace guard Jacin realize their destinies?” – by Marissa Meyer Review As essentials, it is safe to say that Marissa Meyers has made a good attempt to cover anything left from the Lunar Chronicles. The purpose of []

Weight Loss for Vegans by Kayla Keyes (Book Review #26)

Lose weight and learn how to self-love in ten days using Kayla’s structured diet plan. Kayla Keyes begins to tell us the reasons why we even start to consider making changes in our life. She believes that there are events that trigger our feelings, for example, separation, moving away from home or a new job. Her intentions are not for us to just lose some weight but to also “lose the baggage” she claims, “we are carrying around (externally & internally).”   []

Acute Renal Failure -12 Year Anniversary off Dialysis – Never give up! by James Okun

November 30, 2016, celebrated the thirteenth year since I suddenly went into acute renal failure from an unknown cause and almost died. Even as a physician, I was completely shocked to learn that from one day to the next my kidneys had shut down and I was in kidney, heart and respiratory failures (See my book The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine Chapter 1). It turns out that I was in pretty good company as many others develop renal failure []

The Selection Series by Kiera Cass – Eadlyn’s Tale (Book Review #7)

  “Eadlyn Helena Margarete Schreave de Koskinen is the main protagonist in the novels The Heir and The Crown and the prize of her own Selection. She is the daughter of King Maxon Schreave and Queen America Schreave, making her princess of Illéa. In The Crown, she becomes the first Queen of Illéa. She has a twin brother, named Ahren, who is seven minutes younger than her, and two other younger brothers, Kaden and Osten.”- by Kiera Cass Review The Selection series []

The Clerk by Matt Cowper (Book Review #62)

  The Clerk is a story about Thomas. It begins with his birthday and as he turns 40 things in his life could not be more pleasant. Thomas works in a grocery store and lives on the North Carolina Coast. He consumes good food and has almost no friends. Nothing really rattles his boat. Thomas has a friend with benefits, and she satisfies his other needs. He feels that there is nothing wrong with the way he lives. Thomas is content as []

The Remnants by W.P. Osborn (Book Review #64)

This review is written for Online book club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This is a love story written based on a true tale going back to pre-World War, where Danny Pulbrook and Rose Quayle meet the most unlikely way and promise to stay faithful to each other until Danny comes back from the war. Danny has enlisted in the army, and Rose works for the upper English society where etiquette and social interactions restrict her from being []

Sleep then my Princess by O. N. Stefan (Book Review #61)

“I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” Stephanie has lost her husband and child in a car accident. She moved to Arizona leaving her job to start a new life. Things, unfortunately, do not pan out for this lady. She becomes suspicious of a few phone calls. She then becomes aware of having a stalker. The creepy kind that comes and takes your clothes or keeps making you aware of their existence but not tell you who they are. On []

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton (Book Review #50)

  Rarity from the Hollow is a book written about a little girl named Lacy Dawn. She has it really rough. Her father suffers from mental illness and physically abuses her and his wife. He is also a murderer and has killed Lacy’s friend, Faith. Although Lacy is young, she does seem to understand and behave older than her age. Her maturity is admirable.   Lacy wishes to save her parents and herself from this awful situation by “curing” them. She has []


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