We Won’t Forget You Mr. McGillicuddy by Ira L White (Book Review #157)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” We Won’t Forget You Mr. McGillicuddy is a fiction thriller story about Robert and his family. Robert’s wife has passed away. His father Gil is sick, and Robert retires to take care of him. The money he receives for retirement is not enough, and that causes stress and emotional strain on Robert. To make things worse, his []

Rise of the Chosen by Anna Kopp (Book Review #156)

This review was kindly requested by Anna Kopp Rise of the Chosen is a young adult novel written about a girl named Sam. The world setting is in a way that when you die two things may happen. You either come back as The Woken, which have lost all sense of self and are driven by lust to kill, or you return as a The Chosen, gloriously selected with powerful abilities protecting the un-dead. Sam’s father is a hero, so she has []

CIA Assassin And Other Stories by Benson Grayson (Book Review #151)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” CIA Assassin and other stories is a fictional book containing a collection of three separate segments. The first tale takes the majority of the space, and the other two are on a smaller scale. In the first story, Ed Kramer is a CIA agent and is on the verge of receiving his pension, however; the agency []

Legends of Perilisc by Jesse Teller (Book Review #139)

The Legends of Perilisc is a science fiction book with a collection of eight short stories that feature the beginnings of the Second Age of Perilisc. Each of these stories provides the reader with a more in-depth understanding of the history in the realm. The preface provides the kind of dark richness that is to be expected in the coming pages as we enter the realm of legend and myth. One character reappears in most of these stories, Simon the Bard. Simon []

Hibernation by S J Epps (Book Review #149)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Hibernation is a fiction novel that focuses on multiple stories at the same time. Pastor Winter Sams and his family are dealing with many domestic issues. Earthquakes happen in the middle of the country where they least expect them, and Pastor Simon is in jail because he has refused to marry a lesbian couple in his []

Burner by J. S. Lenore (Book Review #149)

This review was kindly requested by Paranoid Shark Productions. Burner is an urban fantasy novel writing about Kim Phillips, a Chicago detective that has powers to help release ghosts trapped between life and death. Due to the powers mentioned she is called a burner. Priya, a healer that died 50 years ago and was saved by Kim and Riley, the dashingly handsome meticulous homicide detective, all work together to save Chicago from a serial killer that only has his eyes on specific []


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