The Fire In The Rock by Charles Norman (Book Review #129)

This review was kindly requested by the author & UnderratedReads. The fire in the rock is written about the time of Moses (Kisil) before he became the prophet. It is set at the time of the plagues on Egypt, the Ten Commandments and when Moses was a wanderer and an ordinary man. Tzipporah is the wife of Moses, and the story begins before she was married to him. She is faithful and a ferocious lady. The love they had for each other []

The Art of Deception: The Rich v/s the Poor Debate – Written by Boringbug

Boringbug is a blogger, a sketch artist by hobby and a lawyer. He writes to pen his vague ideas and experiences in different forms. His blog Boringbug is a part reflection of his ideas, experiences, dialogues, thoughts, and opinions. It can be reached here. The Art of Deception: The Rich v/s the Poor debate I read a report by Oxfam which said that the top eight richest people in the world owned approximately 50% of the word’s wealth. The report “An economy []

It is Only Money, and it Grows on Trees by Cara Macmillan (Book Review #128)

This review was requested by Kelsey Butts. This is a nonfictional book written about a precious commodity, money. It begins with the definition of the subject and what it used to mean. As you know, back in the days’ money was for trade and merchants. It was a way to exchange goods and purchases. However, in the century that we live in, money has gained a much different meaning. Now it also demonstrates status, human value and more. Cara Macmillan not only []

The 11.05 Murders by Brian O’Hare (Book Review #113)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “The 11.05 Murders” by Brian O’Hare] The 11.05 Murders is a murder mystery novel written by Brian O’Hare. It begins with three murders happening all at the same time, 11.05. The crimes are also suspiciously connected to a rape that occurred 12 years ago. Detective Sergeant Denise Steward and her crew cannot put two and two together in the beginning and are unable to find the relation between these occurring events. However; it is very []


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