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SAY SOMETHING by Jeremy Clarke (Book Review #784)

Say something is a short book of poetry providing a biographical window into the author’s life. Jeremy Clarke believes that every person’s journey in life should be heard and told. The inspiration comes from within his soul as does the desire to encourage others… Continue Reading “SAY SOMETHING by Jeremy Clarke (Book Review #784)”

Root and Branch by Preston Fleming (Book Review #782)

Root and Branch is a political thriller written about Rogers Zorn, who is a security contractor. He learns that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been using his companies’ discoveries in order to achieve their own disturbing purposes.

Roar Carlos by E. Vargas (Book Review #781)

Roar is a fantasy book about Ella, a 10-year-old girl who lives on a farm with her older brother, Maurice. She loves the farm life and is very happy. However, things don’t last long after her brother disappears one day. Things around the farm… Continue Reading “Roar Carlos by E. Vargas (Book Review #781)”

The Ocean Raiders – A Nicholas Foxe Adventure by Jackson Coppley (Book Review #779)

The Ocean Raiders is an action-adventure story written about Nicholas Foxe and his team of code hunters. Nick is invited to Venice by Niven Dowd, a billionaire who owns several high-tech companies. There is a big flood coming, and his underwater excavation work findings… Continue Reading “The Ocean Raiders – A Nicholas Foxe Adventure by Jackson Coppley (Book Review #779)”

THE GOPHER KING by Gojan Nikolich (Book Review#829)

The Gopher King is a dark comedy story about Stan Przewalski. He lives in a PTSD fueled world where he remembers and daily punishes himself for what he perceives as a cowardly past.

Judenrein by Harold Benjamin (Book Review #777)

Judenrein is a dystopian thriller that envisions America’s Jews’ fate after a white supremacist cabal seizes power in the federal government. The story begins with Zack Gurevitz, who has an exciting past. He is a Yeshika boy, and as luck has it, the White… Continue Reading “Judenrein by Harold Benjamin (Book Review #777)”

Blood and Silver by Vali Benson (Book Review #776)

Blood and silver is a short Young adult historical fiction written about a 12-year-old girl who lives with her mother in a brothel. The story is set in Tombstone, the year 1880, and Carissa has a lot to deal with.

Ask: How to Relate to Anyone by Daniel R. Solin (Book Review # 772)

Ask: how to relate to anyone is a self-help book defining ways where we can establish and maintain long term relationships. The author demonstrates this ability by using psychology and neuroscience.

Remote Viewer Phantom Shadow by Rhonda Armbrust (Book Review #816)

Phantom Shadow is the second book in the Remote Viewer series. It is a paranormal thriller filled with material discussing the scope of human trafficking and the industry that lures people into sex slavery.