Escape the Pain to Survive by Katherine Nelson (Book Review #58)

  Firstly I would like to write a little about Katherine. Escape the Pain is her first novel, and she has a passion for raising money and awareness for at-risk youth and military veterans. The Author wishes you to know that all profits from book sales will be going to organizations and ministries devoted to at-risk youth and military veterans. Given that it is Christmas, I believe that it would be nice to give back to our troubled youth and help in []

Mad God Walking by Connor Drexler (Book Review #57)

This review was kindly requested by the Author, Connor Drexler. Damon is not human, however; he wishes to act like one. He has a past that haunts him, yet he wants to forget it and to move on. Damon has tried so hard to create a living as normal as possible but once wizards arrive and threaten this peaceful life; he then has to use his secret powers to fight back. As this secret comes out, his life like the wish to []

Lucky Go Happy by Paul van der Merwe (Book Review #56)

Since it is the season to be jolly, let us dig into reviewing a book that is all about being happy. Positive thinking, emotional reactions and in general, seeking joy is what this book is about. A rat named Lucky has been sent on a mission to the African Bush in order to find out what makes animals happy. Lucky has to report back to the King, which happens to be a Lion. This is not a self-help book, however; it does []

Sparks: Welcome to the Madhouse by Dan Cummings (Book Review #55)

  Welcome to the Madhouse because it truly is one! This is a story written about a hidden madhouse underneath the hospital grounds named after the regional headquarters of the Frontline Unified Battalion of Arcane Resistance (FUBAR). Dave, a simple janitor, discovers this place by accident alongside the fact that he possesses some gifts of his own. An accident turns Dave into this psycho. He creates a gang called the Whiskey Team and starts a war with the Alliance of Nyx, which []


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