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Memoirs of a False Messiah by Pamela Becker (Book Review #643)

Memoirs of a false Messiah is a memoir written about a woman who has a message from God. MiMi has a mission, and that has her move from her mixed religious home to Orthodox Judaism and eventually has her cultivate her own cult.

B*tch, F*cking Love Yourself by S.P.B Berry (Book Review #655)

B*tch, F*cking Love Yourself is a self-help book discussing the ability to avoid negative people and to self-reflect. The author promotes inspiration and happy thoughts.  There are no specific techniques or remedies but just positive willingness of the notion to go for it.

Navigate Life with Dreams by Linda Tang (Book Review #641)

Navigate life with dreams is a self- help book based on the latest science on dreaming and the psychology of dreams, Bei Linda Tang draws parallels between real dreams and true stories from her life to highlight the role of dreams in providing free…

Blindsided by Narc Narcisse (Book Review #637)

BSD (Blindsided date) sets Mark and Emma up on a blind date, fully knowing that neither of them expects each other to be so different from their typical type. Mark is much younger than Emma, and that is the first thing he notices alongside…

Hammer of God by Aria Ligi (Book Review #638)

Hammer of God is a collection of poems written with a classical theme. The work discusses religion, modern-day issues, and spiritual diversity.

Passe-Partout by Steve Sanders (Book Review #636)

Passe-Partout is a dark fantasy written about two men with two storylines. Paul Fischer works at a store where his boss gets poisoned and dies. Everyone thinks that he has committed suicide.

The Body Nirvana by Garima Gupta (Book Review #635)

The body nirvana is a self-help book written by a mind-body wellness coach. She believes that our mind is the missing piece of the weight loss puzzle. Her approach in this book is to alert the reader about their mind and teach them that…

Rules of Health By Behzad Azargoshasb (Book Review #634)

Rules of health is a self-help book written by a naturopathic doctor designed to effectively provide you with regulations and ways to manage your health. The focus is on making small changes in order to break bad habits and to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Trail of the Hana K’ilo by Channing Whitaker (Book Review #632)

Trail of the Hana K’ilo is a mystery crime story about Harlan, a professor who plans to go on a vacation with his girlfriend, however, changes it when a student gives him a letter, telling him that his colleague is missing.