Tag: children’s book

Taken: Stories of The Alien Invasion by Mel Corbett (Book Review #334)

Taken is a science fiction short story about Aliens taking over the Earth and destroying humanity. This apocalypse tale displays the struggle for survival. As Rachel and her boyfriend try to escape the situation, the story takes a turn on how hard it is…

Seven Visual Steps to Yes by Janet Miller Wiseman (Book Review #17)

Seven visual steps to yes is a reinforced and redesigned format of a user-friendlier book in an attempt to resolve conflict in relationships. Even if a couple is struggling to decide where to place their Christmas tree this year, Janet Wiseman is here to…

Disremembered by S. A. Ellis (Book Review #43)

Faith Roden has recovered from a horrific incident. She was abducted and beaten to death. I’m not sure how you could survive such an ordeal, but she recovers. Luckily amnesia assists her to carry on with her life and moves on without the normal…

The Mercenary (The War Chronicles #1) by Petra Landon (Book Review #336)

The Mercenary is a science fiction romance novel written about two people. Zoran, a warrior who is a nomad with an army and Saakshi, a prisoner who is treated badly by an antagonist. Saakshi’s race is under the rule of Ketaari. Zoran can help…

The Fall (Book One)- Conversion by S. T. Campitelli (Book Review #343)

The Fall is a post-apocalyptic story. It’s set in Australia and the year is 2052. It is two years after a viral outbreak has devastated the country. The virus has pretty much created a division between the survivors and the infected. There are still places…

Kings of This World by Peter Bailey (Book Review #333)

Kings of this world is a sci-fi horror story about Matthew and Jeremy. Matthew wakes up one day noticing that everyone in London has gone crazy. Everyone is basically behaving abnormal, conducting actions that one would not encounter on a normal basis. Things like…

How Dare We! Write: A Multicultural Creative Writing Discourse by Sherry Quan Lee (Book Review #332)

How Dare We! Write is a non-fiction book which caught me by surprise. The work is a collection of writing exercises written by teachers, community leaders, career writers that are bilingual, and multicultural. The editor expresses the notion of which, the writing world does…

Surviving Schizophrenia by Richard Carlson (Book Review #331)

Surviving Schizophrenia is a memoir written by Richard Carlson, who was twenty-one when he was diagnosed with this mental illness. The book revolves around his illness and recovery. It took ten years for the professionals to identify that Richard had a problem and that…

Only Human by Leigh Holland (Book Review #330)

Only Human is a Fantasy novel written in magical realism. The story is about an Irish fairy. He has magical abilities and uses it to fool humans. He has a very funny take on everything. The story is about witches, humans, Pookas, and demons, a…