Spirit Raiders by Savio Dawson (Book Review #144)

This review was kindly requested by Savio Dawson. Spirit Raiders is a strong and complex science fiction novel written about alien abductions, an existential threat to humans discussing some high advanced technological terms that would blow some sci-fi fans away. The depth, precision, and skill this author possesses, is phenomenal. One of the technological terms used in this book is GAM. This is a device that detects stealth fighters. The fighters are not detectable through RADAR, something that is the current technology []

Words of wisdom- Choose judiciously written by Boringbug

Words of wisdom- Choose judiciously written by Boringbug In the wake of quora, where the world comes together to ask questions of different kinds, there is a particular question which is asked frequently. Whether god exists? Or is god omnipotent? This question has gripped believers, agnostics, as well as atheists and people of different faith. To explain this, people have come up with various theories. One of my explanations can be found on “The Idea of God”. I have always been inspired by []

My Trip to Adele by A.I.Alyaseer and R.I.Alyaseer (Book Review #133)

[Following is a review of “My Trip to Adele” by A.I.Alyaseer and R.I.Alyaseer.] My trip to Adele is a fictional story about three different individuals attempting to go to Adele’s concert in Verona. All three have different reasons for taking this journey, and it is the love of music that drives them all into this one place. Elias lives in Rome and has lost the love of his life eight years ago. He hopes to find her again since a fortune teller []

“Davy Crockett, Jesus and The Beatles” By Robert Germaux

“Davy Crockett, Jesus and The Beatles” By Robert Germaux I’ve always loved to sing, and when I was younger, my voice was good enough that I sang in both my church and school choirs. The main memories I have of my church singing are of two very different situations. For two or three years when I was around ten or eleven, I soloed in front of the congregation on Easter Sunday, singing There is a Green Hill Far Away. I didn’t particularly []

Solaris Seethes by Janet Mcnulty (Book Review #134)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Solaris Seethes” by Janet Mcnulty] Solaris Seethes is a science fiction story written about a girl named Rynah, whose planet has been destroyed. She manages to escape using her grandfather’s ship named Solaris. In order for Rynah to restore her planet, Solaris informs her about the legend of six crystals and the power of the four heroes. “Six Crystals in evils grasp: One Lone exile with fury’s wrath. Four you need from thirteen: Four heroes []

Playing Hurt by Gerald Nardella (Book Review #145)

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.” Playing Hurt is a fiction novel written about a story that begins in the year 1960. It surrounds the lives of the main characters, Brian and Deanie and it all begins at a game. Brian is the quarterback of the high school football team. The game they are playing is very important as it is his []


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