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The Parrot by Christy Astremsky (Book Review #595)

The Parrot is a collection of five children’s stories teaching children how not just to try to work on their image but to also be competent and helpful to others. It discusses what true friendship is and how kindness can kill evil. The author…

Never Speak by (Murderous Arts Series Book 1) by John Manchester (Book Review #590)

Never speak is a psychological fiction thriller. This is book one of the Murderous arts series. It is about Ray watts, a New York artist who is struggling with keeping his head above the waters. Things aren’t going very well for him, but when…

Last Girl Standing by Marjory Kaptanoglu (Book Review #589)

Last girl standing is a science fiction novel written about a town named Los Patos, that gets contaminated from its water supply and turns everyone into automatons. Only Sierra and a few friends end up safe due to not drinking of the water. Soon…

Traveller-Inceptio by Rob Shackleford (Book Review #587)

Traveller-Inceptio is a sci-fi novel written about a group called the Travelers who happen to transport themselves to the 11th century trying to investigate medieval Saxon England, not realizing that they need more than just combat skills and technology in order to achieve their…

All That Compels the Heart by Erin Bowlen (Book Review #586)

All that compels the heart is an adult romance about Aoife O’Reilly. This fictional story begins with Aoife having everything she has ever wanted. She has a great job, a decent boyfriend, best friends, and an admirable social life. As not all good things…

Always Gray in Winter by Mark J. Engels (Book Review #583)

Always gray in winter is a science fiction story. The story is short, however, filled with paranormal activity, is action-packed and contains strong military flavor. A shapeshifter is a form of werecats dominating the formula of the plot. Pawly is Polish American and has…

The Plague: Civilization’s Near Self Destruction by Don Lubov (Book Review #581)

The Plague is a science fiction story about a reporter investigating suspicious deaths that begin to happen randomly but then start showing up as a patterned event. David Miller begins his research from his own area, and then the investigation expands. The story is…

The Day My Kisses Tasted Like Disorder by Emmanuella Hristova (Book Review #580)

The day my kisses tasted like disorder is a collection of poetry written by Emmanuella Hristova. Each poem tells a story like a memoir. It reflects the ups and downs the author has gone through. The death of her sister, relationships, the good, the…

The Lonely Little Emoji: A Book on Diversity, Self-belief and Resilience by Harry Harmon (Book Review #579)

The Lonely Little Emoji is a children’s book written with the attempt to educate children in believing that no matter how many times you are rejected, due to being different, you should never give up trying.   The drawings were hand sketches, and the…