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Chapter 2: Lesson 1: First Civilizations – 3500 BC -300 CE

Mesopotamia – Sumeria Sumeria was the first civilization that was developed in Mesopotamia. The Sumerians practiced a faith called Polytheistic, which meant that they believed if they obeyed the Gods then they would have a good harvest or less flood. A supreme ruler governed them. This method of ruling is called Theocracy. A deity or God had the right to rule. Language and writing were conducted by making wedge-shaped impressions. This type of communication was created by Sumerians and it is called []

Trideas Children by Kevin Peake (Book Review #209)

This review was kindly requested by Kevin Peake. Tridea’s Children is the first fantasy book written in the Tridea’s Secret Saga trilogy. It is about two elves, Rush and Spark. A Fairy Feather that is the size of a toothpick is also with them. As they are on their casual way simply on a scouting mission to monitor the affected humans, one thing happens after another. They realize that the Alkon they saved, is the daughter of the king. The plans they []

Come Fly with Me (Talon #1) by Gigi Sedlmayer (Book Review #210)

This review was kindly requested by Gigi Selmayer. Come fly with me is a story written about a girl named Matica. She suffers from an illness that prevents her from growing. Her physical form is about the size of a two-year-old but mentally she is 9. Her parents move from Australia to Peru where this little girl has to face discrimination and abuse from the Peruvian Indians. They see her as evil and refuse to have her near the other children. Forced []

The Watcher by Eli Carros (Book Review #211)

This review was kindly requested by Eli Carros The Watcher is a crime fiction story written about Chief Inspector Jack Grayson and his journey, hunting a serial killer terrorizing London. The killer attacks blond girls cuts their throats and then leaves behind a necklace with their birthstone. Jack really tries hard to find any lead or connection to find the killer, but this murder mystery is not to be an easy one. From the start of the book, the author grabs your []

Riapoke by Bryan Nowak (Book Review #212)

This book was kindly requested by Bryan Nowak. Riapoke is a fiction thriller written about a mother and son taking a trip to Riapoke. When they arrived they ignore any suspicious and unusual thing they see or hear, little do they know their lives are in danger. Serial killing is a norm in Riapoke and Kyle has to work with his mother to save themselves out of this mess. The interesting thing about this book was its world setting. Without a successful []