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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… Continue Reading “My Piece and My Peace: The Autobiography of Brandon A. Rowell by Brandon Rowell (Book Review #672)”

The Resilience Way: Overcome the unexpected and build an extraordinary life… on your own terms! By Kelly Ann McKnight (Book Review #659)

“The Resilience Way is a book for people who want to overcome their struggles and challenges and build the life they truly desire.” How is that possible?

Personalized Murder by Jeff Holt (Book Review #633)

Personalized murder is a crime story about a man that kills based on their victim’s personal weaknesses. Two of the victims happen to be the Democratic President and his VP.

10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery by Michael Golvach (Book Review #613)

10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery is a murder thriller story. Having read previous works from this author, I knew from the start that I was in for a beautiful story. Payden Becks has recently joined the police force. He works under an older, more… Continue Reading “10-30: A Riveting Crime Mystery by Michael Golvach (Book Review #613)”

Screams before dawn by Heinrich Von Wolfcastle (Book Review #546)

Screams before dawn is a collection of twelve short horror stories. Each story is a love letter filled with contents such as regret, dystopian nature, dark humor, fear and Halloween style haunting storylines. The author covers most horror subgenre categories and is most suitable… Continue Reading “Screams before dawn by Heinrich Von Wolfcastle (Book Review #546)”

Red States by Anthony P. Jones (Book Review #520)

Red States is a thrillingly fictional story about a Triad boss planning to overthrow the US government by sending Chinese people into the US and planting them as powerful candidates into the US government, giving them Control. Once two CIA agents interfere with this… Continue Reading “Red States by Anthony P. Jones (Book Review #520)”