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What Branches Grow by T. S. Beier (Book Review #749)

What branches grow is a science fiction post-apocalyptic novel written about a world that has become wasteland due to a third world war. Gennero, who is second in command of a town named Churchill, does not get along with Church, his boss.

Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)

The second book in the series is a xenophilic political thriller continuing what was left from book one. After Zepharius finding allies in the underground of the Gisaawekian, she finds herself endangered again with the added inner turmoil, paranoia and complications undermining her own… Continue Reading “Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)”

Sons of Caasi: Battle For Time by P. C. Grant (Book Review #745)

Sons of Caasi is a young adult fiction. It is book one of the Sons of Caasi series and is written about a Powerful leader of the Royal Council of Spatium who has two sons. His firstborn, Sier, is expected to fulfill a prophecy… Continue Reading “Sons of Caasi: Battle For Time by P. C. Grant (Book Review #745)”

Shrink Rapt by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #744)

Shrink Rapt is a dark fiction mystery novel written about the treatments associated with mental disorders.  The story begins with the director of psychiatry, Lowell, being murdered. Since he was very arrogant and didn’t leave much of a fan base, the list of suspects… Continue Reading “Shrink Rapt by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #744)”

AetherWars A.N. Sage (Book Review #743)

Aetherwars is the fourth and final book of its series. The tale sums everything up from its predecessors. Everything is put to the test at the end. The Aetherborn leader of the elementals, Ruby Black, once again has hard decisions to make. Her boyfriend,… Continue Reading “AetherWars A.N. Sage (Book Review #743)”

Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi by Kim Troike (Book Review #785)

Three king Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi is a fiction thriller story about Megan. She is divorced, living as a lifeguard and has three children. As chance happens, she meets James, who is a police officer working for the special forces. Things appear to… Continue Reading “Three King Mackerel and a Mahi Mahi by Kim Troike (Book Review #785)”

Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)

Santander is a memoir written about the author’s astonishing life as a gay teacher. He is 36 and has been a mentor, school admin, columnist and has had other important roles. His autobiography comprises his educational background, life experience, schools and the world. His… Continue Reading “Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)”

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)”

To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence by Robert Uttaro (Book Review #737)

To the survivors is a book written about sexual abuse for young adults. The self-help book’s narrative is told by a rape crisis counsellor, retelling the survivors’ true stories. The stories are uncensored and authentic to the word. They contain a sensitive and descriptive… Continue Reading “To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence by Robert Uttaro (Book Review #737)”