The Road to Alexander by Jennifer Macaire (Book Review #165)

This review was kindly requested by Jennifer Macaire.  The Road to Alexander is a historical fiction book written about a woman named Ashley. She receives an award and is chosen to travel back in time to interview her favorite historical figure, Alexander the Great. As she arrives in what is assumed to be the past, 333-330 BC, she is mistaken for the goddess of death and is kidnapped. Unable to return Ashley then faces a culture shock. The ancient ways are quite []

Between Two Worlds by Jodi Hockinson (Book Review #175)

This review was kindly requested by Southeast Media. Between Two Worlds is a fantasy novel containing time travel and shape shifting. It is the first book of the Lion Clan Series and it focuses on two characters named, Temi and John. Temi is a wonderful girl that is destined to be the leader of the Mountain Lion Clan. They are a hybrid of shapeshifters. Once her mother discovers Temi’s powers, she moves her away from the mountains to protect her. When they []

“The Thoughts You Feed” by Irene Weinberg

The thoughts you feed are the ones that grow. What this brings to my mind is the time my husband died next to me in a horrific car accident. We were driving on the NY State Thruway when our car suddenly went into a huge swerve. “Saul!” I called out to my sleeping husband, waking him up. He saw what was happening and tried to pull the car out of the swerve, but instead, we started to flip the first of four []

The Revolutions of Caitlin Kelman by Matthew Luddon (Book Review #166)

This review was kindly requested by Matthew Luddon. The Revolutions of Caitlin Kelman is a young adult & teen novel written about a sixteen-year-old named Caitlin. The story is set in an Empire where the land is categorized and well divided. The main ground is the center and prime of the city called the Dominion City. The Interior is the section after the Dominion city, which is where the second-class citizens live. Anywhere after that is called the borderlands which signify the []


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