Universal Human Rights – A Comparative Research

  We are delighted to announce the publication of Allameh M. T. Ja’fari’s book titled “Universal Human Rights – A Comparative Research.” As you may already know, Muhammad Taqi Ja’fari is a well-known scholar. He has written 41 books in addition to his 15-volume interpretation of Rumi’s, Mathnavi, and a 27-volume translation and interpretation of the Nahj-ul-balaqah.   Mr. Ja’fari’s progress in his field was so spectacular that he was conferred with the greatest degree of jurisprudence by the age of 23. []

Puzzle of Fate by A. Reza Kamarei, Ph.D. (Book Review #83)

This review is written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Puzzle of Fate is a book written analyzing fate from a scientific point of view. Many books are discussing this matter whether it is philosophically or through religion. Others have also attempted to discuss this through fiction. However, here, we experience a novel approach towards something much debated amongst scholars. Is fate designed? Or can it be manifested? Are you able to create your own []

The Compulsive Move by Philip Cornell (Book Review #82)

This review is written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” The Compulsive Move is a book written about a boy named Kevin. From the beginning of the book, I noticed something different. The way the story is told is through a third person but in a very weird way. The third person speaks about the story using terms like “Do you know what I mean?”, “As you can see” or “Don’t get me wrong.” The []

Netwalking Space by Joyce Reynolds-Ward (Book Review #88)

Aliens have attacked Earth before using a Gizmo war machine that destroyed many cities on Earth. Bess and her family managed to confine this machine and stop the destruction. The machine endorsed Bess and her family to create a Netwalk. This Netwalking Space became a communication system that allows personalities to upload when they die. Bess’s grandmother, great-grandmother, and mother have all passed on into this Netwalk. When Bess and her family realize that the aliens are planning to attack again, they []

The Grand by Dennis D. Wilson (Book Review #81)

This review is written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” The story is explained in several perspective angles and then brought together for the final reveal. I found this approach to add more depth and dimension to the story. The Grand begins with Dean Wister, a federal agent that has lost his wife, Sara, through cancer. Before she passes away, she asks Dean if they could go to their favorite place, the meadow, once she []

The Fog by Kyo Maclear (Book Review#80)

Warble is a bird that likes human watching. It sounds ironic as it’s normal for humans to go bird watching. Anyhow, this little bird loves what he does. He takes notes and enjoys observing the Island that he lives on. This island is called Icyland, and it is very beautiful. One day a fog takes over the whole island making it very hard to see. Warble is no longer able to see any humans visit. This really upsets him. He starts asking other birds and []


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