This Modern Love: A Novel by Ray Hecht (Book Review #34)

    A brutally honest portrayal of what seems to be the common mannerism of our youth and our society. Here you have four young adults living in four different ways, and each chapter discusses their addiction to technology, their odd ways of connecting to people through social media, and how they inevitably end up alone due to their initial wrong approach.   The routine for picking up girls for Jack is all too easy. He searches for low-esteemed girls that are []

Gallery Of Life by Mirfarhad Moghimi (Book Review #304)

Gallery of Life is a poetic book written with a deep and nourishing touch of appreciation for life and existence. At first glance, it may be hard to get into and understand where the deep thinking part of the poems are coming from. However, once you get used to the author’s style of writing you begin to enjoy and enter his world of love for spirituality. It is very obvious that the author’s intentions are to provoke the inner self and doubt, []

A Space Between Worlds Vol.1: Conception by J.D. Woodson (Book Review # 32)

I was given this book by the Author & Royal James Publishing for a review. Here is a story written about two concepts, Shanti and Reno. This fantasy book is not like the ones you have read before. It is entirely out of the box and style of which we are accustomed to in the 21st century. The book follows Shanti and Reno’s desire to understand who they are, where they come from and unravels secrets that ultimately define their future. The interesting []

Angel by Sebastian Michael (Book Review #33)

This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Beauty is defined by the beholder. However, in this book Damion is so beautiful that this definition does not apply to him. He is an angel in everyone’s eye. Everyone finds him so attractive and wonderful that they are willing to do anything for him. Such power can be used for doing good or bad. Damion does have a history, and a fire incident changes everything []

Dennis and Greer by Molly Gould (Book Review #303)

Dennis and Greer is a nonfiction love story. It contains a collection of love letters and journals saved between two college students during the Vietnam Era. The story is very heartfelt and beautiful making it feel like it is a fictional story. The horrors of war and how these two lovers encounter it is truly amazing. The letters are found fifty years after and what transpires is a strikingly real novel, making the reader ponder after it is over. The story is set []

Only Wrong Once by Jenifer Ruff (Book Review #316)

Only wrong once is a suspense thriller written about a very powerful ISIS leader plotting to kill innocent lives by hiring a microbiologist. He has this graduate to create a weapon, a virus, and to spread it across the American citizens. FBI agent Quinn Traynor is adamant to stop his massacre from happening. With the help of Madeline Hamilton, he only has a few days to prevent this horrific incident from happening. When I began reading this book, I felt that it just sounded too []


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