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Assassins: A Nostraterra Fantasy Novel by David N. Pauly (Book Review #1243)

Assassins is book one of the Fourth Age- Shadow Wars series. The story is set in the land of Nostraterra and is a young adult teen story written about elves, dwarves, and their conflicts of race.

Republic Falling by Michael J Brooks (Book Review #1242)

Republic falling is a hard science fiction book and the first of its series. It is book one of its series and begins with Randy joining the Commonwealth Defence Force in order to seek revenge for the death of his mother.

The Bank Street Peeper by Erna Odrach (Book Review #1241)

The bank street is a fictional story about Reginald Rutley, who is a social outcast peeping through people’s windows only to follow up on their stories and know their different scenarios. As weird as what he does sounds like, the story notions the perspective… Continue Reading “The Bank Street Peeper by Erna Odrach (Book Review #1241)”

Jamie Whistler Plays Out of the Park Baseball Because It’s The Only Thing That Matters by RJ O’Sullivan (Book Review #1240)

Jamie whistler is a humorous fiction tale told in the first narrative. It begins with Jamie losing his family to COVID and how he is the heir to an eighty-seven billion-dollar corporate empire. His initial intention is to sell his journal to a publisher… Continue Reading “Jamie Whistler Plays Out of the Park Baseball Because It’s The Only Thing That Matters by RJ O’Sullivan (Book Review #1240)”

Escaping Pretense by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #1239)

Escaping Pretense is a fictional story about Pretense Abdicator, who decides to make a plan to steal from her well-endowed financial clients and make a run for it. She works for a prestigious financial firm and works with the wealthiest clients who can make… Continue Reading “Escaping Pretense by Deborah Jean Miller (Book Review #1239)”

You Are Special by Kristian Hagglund (Book Review #1238)

You are special is a poetic children’s book. The story is lyrical, short, and perfect for young readers. It represents the notion of being special no matter who you are.

LiT: Part 1 – The Dark Ignites by Maxwell F. Hurley (Book Review #1237)

The dark ignites is a fantasy action-adventure story written for the young adult audience. This is book one of its series and lays a foundation of a thrilling premise. Alex, the protagonist, is a young girl who is true to herself and means well.… Continue Reading “LiT: Part 1 – The Dark Ignites by Maxwell F. Hurley (Book Review #1237)”

The Discovery of Troy and its Lost History by Bernard Jones (Book Review #1236)

The discovery of Troy and its lost history is a nonfiction book focusing on the Trojan war. In this book, Historian Bernard Jones unearths the Lost History and the real city of Troy. He uses his experience providing precise information, cross-examining every single know fact,… Continue Reading “The Discovery of Troy and its Lost History by Bernard Jones (Book Review #1236)”

The Aging Machine by Paul Robert Schreyer (Book Review #1235)

The aging machine is a young adult story about John and Taylor, two 15-year-olds living in a state-run care facility, both accused of a murder they never conducted and sentenced to 60 years of life in prison.