book reviews

Southern Dust by Caspar Vega (Book Review #251)

This review was kindly requested by Caspar Vegan. Southern Dust is an old school pulp adventure using several narrators to tell an interconnected Southern story. The tale begins with Gretchen. She lives in Alabama has a cotillion coming up and she also is looking to find a husband. For those of you who don’t know what a cotillion is – it’s a French country dance, a social gathering that was popular in the 18th century. There is more dialogue than description when []

Eve Brenner Zombie by Alessia Giacomi (Book Review (#252)

This review was kindly requested by Alessia Giacomi. Eve Brenner Zombie is the first young adult book, in its series. The story revolves around Eve and her two friends, Cam and Alex. All three of them travel to Egypt for some adventure. Eve mysteriously gets touched by something in a sealed tomb. She begins to see things psychically change about her and as much as she can hide it at first, the symptoms start to take over. Her mission then becomes to []

A Burning in the Darkness by A P Mcgrath (Book Review #269)

A burning in the Darkness is a crime thriller, a love story about Father Michael Kieh.  His job is to listen to people’s confessions as a full-time faith representative. One day, as he is conducting his work he listens to the confessions of a murderer. When a murder happens at the airport, he recognizes one of the victims and that is when he finds himself in a twisted tale of wrongful conviction. There is a young witness that can prove Kieh’s innocence []

Mr. November by Matt Hogan (Book Review #253)

Mr. November is a science fiction story about Sam Webb. Sam works for a scientific organization that has invented a machine that can travel in time. Sam is the traveler inside the machine conducting the missions he has been given by, Johnson Dravek, the CEO of the company. Sam keeps having visions of things he has never seen and slowly he discovers that Johnson is using the time machine to his own advantage. Sam and his friend, Marcus’s mission become finding a way []

The MAGI Process by Jason Shulman (Book Review #255)

The MAGI Process is a non-fiction, self-help, spiritual book written about the MAGI process. Marriage Absolute Guiding Illumination is a thirty-eight-step methodology for resolving confliction. The author’s long blurb is significant enough in explaining the aims and goals he has set for writing this book. He also discusses on how to return the body to the soul and how heaven is not on the other side of this wall. He believes that everyone dealing with conflict is dealing with two worlds at []