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The lost boys of London by Mary Lawrence (Book Review #712)

The lost boys of London is a historical mystery set in Tudor England. The story is about Bianca Goddard and her mystery adventure in attempts to find a missing boy in her town. She leads a lonely life. Her husband, John Grunt, is not…

In two minds by K.T.Findlay (Book Review #705)

In the two minds is a time travel fantasy story about a body that shares two personalities, a Museum curator called Thomas and a ten-year-old anglo Saxon Wulfstan. The year gap alongside the difference in culture alone should have made things complicated enough. But…

The harvest of her life’s summer by Veronica Gventsadze (Book Review #691)

The harvest of her life’s summer is a fictional story about Alexandra Baumann. At the age of 37, she has decided to become a spinster. She is content with living in Canada as a pharmacist. Her parents immigrated when she was 9, and a…

The Green Boy – The Chronicles of Agartha – (Book 1) by Sherif Mekdam and Isaac Michaan (Book Review #681)

The green boy is a coming of age fantasy story about Ethan, a 14-year-old boy who discovers a green aura which happens to be the last of an extinct race. Ethan lives in a world where the color of your Aura defines who you…

Academic Displacement by Michael Shotter (Book Review #675)

Academic Displacement is a novelette written about Roy Carter whose life utterly changes from being perfect to less than idyllic without really changing much about it.

Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)

Chats with God is a fictional book written about God deciding to walk on earth as a person and conducting dialogue with various religions. God finds a friend named John and only reveals himself to him in order to interact with humans and to…

Layman’s Handbook: A Journey to Self by Aidan McNally (Book Review #677)

  A Journey to self is a handbook written providing the tools for people who wish to make a change in their lives.

The Pariah Child: Sarafina’s Return By Natasha D. Lane (Book Review #673)

Sarafina’s return is the second book from The Pariah Child’s series. The story picks up from where it left off with Sarah receiving the news of Lyrica being under attack. She isn’t that young little girl anymore, though. A few years have passed, and…

My Piece and My Peace: The Autobiography of Brandon A. Rowell by Brandon Rowell (Book Review #672)

My piece and my peace is an autobiography written about Brandon and his life. He has it all and is probably one of the luckiest people having the best life one could imagine. His job, love life, family life, living situation, and his desires…