Lily and the Enchanted Forest by Victor A. Wilkie (Book Review #24)

Olympus is in trouble as the God of war is vowing to kill Darius and Occam, slay the demon wolf and take the lady of the forest for his own pleasures. The good has to come together and fight against the evil or else darkness will take over. The enchanted forest is like entering the world resembling the ones you saw in the Disney “Maleficent” movie. The description of this forest is very similar to the fairies, unicorns and forest creatures we []

Harnessing Altruism by Sava Buncic (Book Review #284)

Harnessing Altruism is a dystopian fiction story. The world is almost to its end. Troy Turnbull, the prime minister of Nativa, has been trying his best to communicate the fact that the countries have to work together in sharing recourses in order for all of them to survive. He has even gone to the extent of identifying the key resources in each sector by comparing data from the independent reports, just to make sure he has his facts right. Some comply and []


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