Quest Chasers: The Deadly Cavern by Grace & Thomas Lockhaven (Book Review #104)

Thie review was kindly requested by Grace Lockhaven. Quest Chasers is a charming children’s book written about a girl named Eevie and a boy named Tommy. There is a very pleasing bond of friendship between these two, and as they enter the world of which they have never known before, they are trapped. Every quest is a riddle, and every riddle has an answer to opening a way for their freedom. The setting and story take them to a fantasy world named []

Halfway by Lokesh Sharma & Anubhav Sharma (Book Review #105)

  Imagine a life after you die where you don’t remember anything from your previous existence. Halfway is a story about after death. Anyone that dies wakes up into this realm called the Enigma. They all have to face any crime they have committed and answer for any wrongdoings.   The setting of this world is fantastic. Although the story is short, it contains enough backstory and plot to make it appealing to read. I found the whole book to be unique. []

The Mating Game by Dr. Lyndon McGill (Book Review #107)

This review was kindly requested by the author & UnderratedReads. When it comes to relationships and how to maintain a healthy connection with someone it is very hard to understand and to read the other persons thoughts and feelings. This book, although written by a male perspective, does give you an in-depth insight into human behavior, needs and how to keep a relationship. The mating game introduces four urges, which are called the 4 “F’s.” These are what “motivate human behavior and []

The Emblem Throne: The Runes of Issalia, Book II by Jeffrey L Kohanek (Book Review #101)

  This review was kindly requested by the author, Jeffrey Kohanek This is the second book of the series. If you wish to read the review of the first book, then you can find it here. We journey back with Brock and his friends to the Academy. He is in training and discovers some unwelcoming truth about the whole organization including conspiracies and lies within the ministry itself. Previously we learned that Brock was stuck in a world where an individual’s self-worth []


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