Tag: children’s book

Western Song by Leigh Podgorski (Book Review #354)

Western Song is a love story. Under the beautiful skies of the Wyoming sky and accident happens. Cody Goode is killed by a maniacal bull baby that Weston is riding, leaving behind his secretly engaged Tai immigrant who is arriving that evening, for the…

Awaken A New Myth by Karen La Puma (Book Review #353)

Awaken A New Myth is a self-help book written to inspire and to inform you that the world we make for ourselves is a reflection of what we feel from within. Alongside pictures and affirmations, this book is really a book of wisdom with…

India Was One by An Indian (Book Review #352)

India was one is an action adventure story written about Jai and Kaahi. It is a journey into India and a simple love between the two of which is disrupted once the country gets divided into south and the north. I found the story…

E.I.E. by Derek hunter (Book Review #351)

E.I.E. is a story about Robert Robillard. He suffers from depression and decides to leave his town in order to find some answers that have been growing intensely in his mind. He is suicidal and ends up killing some people while he is in…

An Uncivil War:Elise t’Hoot (Book Three) by Mary Ellen Wall (Book Review #350)

An Uncivil War is a short science fiction book. This is book three of its series, and so the story begins where it left off from book two. Elise has saved the settler children and takes them home. There is a rebellion against the…

Give Light & Burn

This quote is so meaningful.       

Health, Tips, Myths, And Tricks: A Physician’s Advice” by Morton E. Tavel (Book Review #114)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “HEALTH TIPS, MYTHS, AND TRICKS: A Physician’s Advice” by Morton E. Tavel] Health tips, myths, and tricks is a fitness, well-being and dieting book written by Morton E. Tavel. Within this book, the author offers an insightful…

The Flawed Ones by Jay Chirino (Book Review #349)

We can never be defined by our shortcomings or the conditions we live in but, we can certainly fight and believe that love always conquers all. Our hearts are not touched by our flaws, and that is what this book teaches us. Mental illness,…

Another Stupid Spell by Bill Ricardi (Book Review #348)

Another Stupid Spell is a fantasy novel written about an Orc named, Sorch. The Orcs are cursed, and every time they cast a spell, they become more stupid. Sorch is a slave, and all he has to do is cast a spell every day…