Latecomers to Love By Dee Cleary and Bruce Miller (Book Review #41)

  It appears that you have to kiss a lot of ugly frogs to finally find your prince. In the case of Dee Cleary and Bruce Miller, Latecomers to Love is a collection of memories they have written about their first impression of an online meetup and first dates, giving us an insightful look at how hard it really is to find the everlasting love. From dates that are sabotaged by friends only to keep the girl for them to men that []

Double Thought by Mirfarhad Moghimi (Book Review #308)

Double thought is a poetic book written with the intention to provoke the human mind from its ordinary format of thinking. This book discusses a broad range of topics which are very short to read and its divided into several days of light reading. I wasn’t very fond of the way the works were organized or divided however the content was rich and enjoyable to read. It is clear that English is not the authors first language and therefore some subjects may []

Rise – Trifecta Series by Luis Almonte (Book Review #32)

This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” Alexia is a 15-year-old powerful witch born into a family that possesses supernatural powers. The world is divided into three covens: Allerium, Malerium, and Xelerium. Every year trials are held for young witches in order to enhance their skills and ranks. As Alexia prepares herself for the trials, an accident happens which changes her life. To add to the injury, besides this drama, there are []

The Girl From Rostov by Shitij Sharma (Book Review #40)

Majid is like the Indian Godfather. He is a ruthless businessman, and his brother and wife pay with their life for his actions leaving him to raise their child, Maya. Although Majid tries to keep Maya away from his affairs, the poor child witnesses some gruesome happenings that inevitably place her life in trouble. The girl from Rostov is a book that is written in two parts. Part one is about Majid and Mazhar. Part two is about Maya and Samar. Towards []

The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Book 1) by Alan Joshua (Book Review #307)

The Mind of Stefan Dürr is a Sci-Fi Thriller, and it’s the first book of the SHIVA Syndrome trilogy. An experiment studying the human’s mind goes wrong, and suddenly strange things begin to happen in Canada, USA,  and Russia. Dr. Beau is recruited to search on whats going on, and that’s when the adventure begins. In a world where unimaginable high advanced technologies are waiting to be explored, Dr. Beau has to find the cause or else there won’t be much to live for. []

The House of the Soul: A Novel by Annie Dawson (Book Review #39)

  Ella Casey is a loving mother, wife, and ambitious women. Once she meets her old friend Teri, she begins to doubt whether the path she took becoming domestic was what she was destined to do. This story is written for every woman that settles in life yet has a bigger heart in doing greater things. I liked how the story of Ella’s past was substantial enough to give room for understanding why she had the thoughts and feelings that were overcoming []

Once Lost Lords by Stephan Morse (Book Review #14)

  Summary “Humanity hasn’t been alone for almost two thousand years. Elves, wolves, vampires, all joined together with mankind to eradicate the ‘darker’ races and maintained a tentative peace until modern times. Society adapted, everyone has rules that help keep the peace in this modern era. Yet, absolute genocide is impossible when talking about creatures beyond the pale. Some hid, some buried, others were re-purposed.   Some, like Jay Fields, pass for human with a little bit extra. His abilities didn’t belong []


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