The Journey by Shadahyah Elizabeth (Book Review #126)

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.” The Journey is a science fiction story focused towards young adult readers. This is the first book of the Ultimate Power series. There is a prophecy:   “For on the night of a purple moon in the village of Terra, three sisters shall give birth to three daughters, who will lead the chosen to the ultimate []

Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt (Book Review #109)

Hannah’s Moon is the fifth book of the American Journey. I happen to review two of his other books, titled: The Mine & September Sky, where you can read by clicking on the links. This book is about a couple that has been struggling to conceive a child. They are desperate to adopt but find it almost impossible and emotionally drained over the long, hefty process of getting through the system. Clair and Ron place all hopes into the hands of Clair’s Uncle []

Liefdom by Jesse Teller (Book Review #118)

One thing is for sure; this is not your ordinary fairy style fantasy story. A violent fairy called Gentry Mandrake lives in a city named Liefdom. He is very smart and talented. The first thing about him is that he is born as an adult. He is in search for his parents however due to not being as pretty as everyone else; he is disregarded and discriminated. Beauty is a highly valued asset in this world. Gentry appears to have many personal []

Junior Inquisitor by Lincoln Farish (Book Review #112)

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.” The Junior Inquisitor is a dark fantasy mystery novel written about a man named Sebastian. He is part of an order where they protect humans from witches, werewolves, ogres, and more fantasy creatures. The group is called the “Inquisitors.” Something devastating happens to Brother Sebastian causing him to lose his wife and baby. He is imprisoned []

Health, Tips, Myths, And Tricks: A Physician’s Advice” by Morton E. Tavel (Book Review #114)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “HEALTH TIPS, MYTHS, AND TRICKS: A Physician’s Advice” by Morton E. Tavel] Health tips, myths, and tricks is a fitness, well-being and dieting book written by Morton E. Tavel. Within this book, the author offers an insightful look into differentiating between what is fake and real in the health industry. In addition, the author proposes many substitutes to our bad eating habits and provides health advice. The advice and suggestions are all based on either []


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