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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)”

Deadfall by Brian Lutterman (Book Review #760)

Deadfall is a mystery thriller. It is the fifth book of its series, and the story is about Pen. She is a thirty-seven-year-old attorney who has been through a lot. Pen is looking for a break, so when the FBI contacts her about an assignment,… Continue Reading “Deadfall by Brian Lutterman (Book Review #760)”

At the kingdoms fold by T.M. CARUANA (Book Review #773)

At the kingdoms fold is a historical fantasy about sword and sorcery. This is book one of its series and begins with an angry King, Virun, slaughtering everyone in his way seeking the Queen he was meant to have.

The Vatican Games by Alejandra Guibert (Book Review #757)

The Vatican games is a dystopian literary/contemporary novel written about a terrorist attack that has left the planet in destruction and has contaminated hectares of land. Technology is then the saving power, and video games are what restores life to the survivors; however, somethings… Continue Reading “The Vatican Games by Alejandra Guibert (Book Review #757)”

Wings of destiny by Fasihur Rahman (Book Review #732)

Wings of destiny is a biography book about the life of Ziaur Rahman Ansari (1925-1992), who served as a union minister in the council of ministers of two Prime Ministers – Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. The book is in six sections and explains… Continue Reading “Wings of destiny by Fasihur Rahman (Book Review #732)”

Video Review – How to Heal by Jessi Beyer

A Boy in a Park: Tales of Wonder and Despair by Richard Parkin (Book Review #731)

A boy in a park is a collection of fantasy stories. The protagonist is always a boy who is in a park; however, the stories vary based on the outcome of various scenes created by the author.