Tag: book review

Living Lightly – Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday by Dale Curd and Kimberly Alexander (Book Review #680)

Living lightly is a self-help book written about ways to create happiness and calmness into your life. It approaches the matter by initially identifying that things are not going well. It asks you to step back and have a different look at the situation…

Father of Storms by Dean Jones (Book Review #679)

Father of storms is a story written about Seth. He can manipulate energy, and for that, he is a commodity captured by everyone who finds out about it. He is used as a resource, and so Seth has many problems not only by being…

Fountain dead by Theresa Braun (Book Review #678)

Fountain dead is a young adult occult horror story about Mark. He is forced to move with his family to a place called Nowhere-Ville. The new place, however, does not seem normal. Mark begins to feel as if the objects and walls are alive….

Find Your Inner Gold by Karen Hood- Caddy (Book Review #675)

Find your inner gold is a self-help book providing 21 ways as a tool to find your own strength and to transform yourself. The book is to be used as an emotional cleanse in order to remove bad habits and to implement long-lasting behavior.

Fiery Red Hair, Emerald Green Eyes and a Vicious Irish Temper by Ralph E. Jarrells (Book Review #674)

Fiery red hair is an action fiction story about Anne Bonny. Miss Anne is a delightful woman whose story captivates the essence of an era. She is a pirate in possess of multiple businesses. Her pure existence was how banks, theatres, plantations, and even…

The Dog on the Acropolis by Mark Tedesco (Book Review #671)

The dog on the Acropolis is a historical fiction story. The book is about the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans. Whenever the dog, Drago, falls asleep, the reader is transported to ancient Greece, when the…

The Night Is Far Gone by Tim Jorgenson (Book Review #670)

The night is far gone represents the time frame when the Romanov fell during the Russian revolution. The historical fiction is set in 1912 and provides a detailed explanation of what the Russian Monarchy went through with Rasputin.

Money, Blood and Conscience by David Steinman (Book Review #668)

Money, blood, and conscience is a tale written with a combination of fiction and investigative journalism. It includes a political call to action for the reader and has a strategic role in Ethiopia’s recent democracy revolution.

Sparky Lost Her Flame by Regina McDonald (Book Review #667)

Sparky lost her flame is a children’s story about a dragon that refuses to brush her teeth. She lies to her parents about doing so, and as a consequence, at school, she fails to create flames, or when she does, it smells bad.