Tag: children’s book

Dark/Darker by Paul L. Arvidson

Dark/Darker By Paul L Arvidson Genre: SFF Dark (book one) Book Description The corroding labyrinth of pipes called Dark, needs a hero. Dun just wants answers to the terrifying dreams he’s been having.  Real answers are going to tear him from the only home…

Memory Warp by Mark Pendergrast (Book Review #407)

Memory Warp is a non-fiction book about the “Repressed memory therapy” and how it has affected millions of families since the 1990’s. The book proves that this form of therapy destroys family dynamics and causes false claims against innocent people such as parents and…

Even Gods Have Midlife Crises by N. D. Stone (Book Review #406)

Even Gods Have Midlife Crises is a science fiction story about Yahweh. He is a God and returns back to Earth and experiences many near-death encounters with his follower, Anna. His colleagues do try to warn him and assist in his endeavor to safely…

Escape from Samsara by Nicky Blue (Book Review #405)

Escape is a dark comedy about Barry Harris who still lives with his mom and has fantasy adventures about being a lethal ninja. This humorous tale begins with Barry, trying to find his dad who went missing 25 years ago. He trims hedges for…

Stuff by George Graybill (Book Review #404)

Stuff is a non-fiction book written about historical events that came to introduce us to the basic nature of matter, its discovery, and the people that made it happen. From Kinetic-Molecular Theory to atomic models and the first guinea pig, the reader gets to…

The Eastern Factor: Kingdom of Haven (Book 3) by Freddie Silva

The Eastern Factor By Freddie Silva Genre: Fantasy    The Eastern Factor: Kingdom of Haven Book 3 After being shattered by the death of his lady love, Olaf is sent east by his namesake Uncle to recover in the relative safety of the Eastern…

Books Bits and Bobs by Dan Abrahams (Book Review #402)

Books bits and bobs are a collection of stories that are all fictional. Each story can be read separately at different times. Some titles covered two chapters, however, all together, they were enjoyable to read. I believe the author’s strength is in creating short…

The Judas Kiss by Jon D. Zimmer (Book Review #401)

The Judas Kiss is a historical fiction novel. The story begins with Jack. He wants to leave his home in Flint and move from Michigan to Los Angeles to live with his scriptwriting aunt and uncle, with little money. The story was set in…

Instead of “Sorry” try saying “Thank you” – Written by Jeyran Main

We lead such hectic lives, and it is possible to miss some of those never-ending lists of things that need doing. Letting people down or being late for certain things may become a habit and before you know it, you realize that you are…