Tag: action

Transmission by Michael Golvach (Book Review #1006)

Transmissions is a love story about Amelie and Benjamin and how their memories of a lifetime together shape the story at hand. Love is a strong notion, and in this novel, we read how two people can be in love, fall apart and live… Continue Reading “Transmission by Michael Golvach (Book Review #1006)”

Cycles of the Phoenix: The Whole Interlaced Souls Series by C.A. Nicholas (Book Review #987)

Cycles of the Phoenix is an exciting story that is divided into three parts. The book contains elements of fantasy, literary, horror, action, and drama. The story pleasantly surprises you as the collection covers so many various themes and storylines. You would really see… Continue Reading “Cycles of the Phoenix: The Whole Interlaced Souls Series by C.A. Nicholas (Book Review #987)”

Promise. A Book Of Death by David Applebury (Book Review #983)

Promise is a young adult action-adventure story. The story’s premise begins with a man dying and entering a fantasy world where he works with Death. The tasks given to him are tedious, and he has to deal with Angels, demons, heroes, and villains. The… Continue Reading “Promise. A Book Of Death by David Applebury (Book Review #983)”

Lasting Spirit by Jabari Smith (Book Review #795)

  Lasting spirit is an action written novel about Laila. Her mother is dead, and she is with her devoted father, who does not stop at anything to provide a stable home for her daughter. Laila’s mother was a scientist that invented a serum… Continue Reading “Lasting Spirit by Jabari Smith (Book Review #795)”

Die the villain C. P. Serret (Book Review #739)

Die the villain is an action thriller written about Criss Finn, who has just returned from Japan working undercover as a consultant. Once he meets Chloe, things change. She is a fashionable grad school and introduces him to the social scenes he has always… Continue Reading “Die the villain C. P. Serret (Book Review #739)”

Hellhound, Take Me Home by Stu Lane (Book Review #726)

Hellhound is a historical fiction about Ken Hazel, an Australian soldier who is captured by the Japanese. He has undergone many hardships, torture and gruesome treating.

The Latecomer by Rich Marcello (Book Review #710)

The latecomer is a novel written about an old couple who are forced into early retirement. Their children live far away, and as they enter a new phase in their life and relationship, Maggie and Charlie, seek more of a depth and understanding into… Continue Reading “The Latecomer by Rich Marcello (Book Review #710)”

The black sky by Timothy D. Minneci (Book Review #702)

The black sky is a post-apocalyptic story set in Manhattan. It is the first book of a trilogy, and the story begins with Bishop working off to clear his citizenship dept. An offer comes with a task. Bishop’s debt is cleared if she goes… Continue Reading “The black sky by Timothy D. Minneci (Book Review #702)”

The Marshal by J. S. Matthews (Book Review #671)

The Marshal is an action-adventure book. The story begins explaining how the world has changed due to deadly radiation spread across the landscape. Humans live underground and in tough situations.