Tag: children’s book

The Legion and the Lioness (World Apart Book 1) by Derek Armstrong  (Book Review #392)

The Legion and the Lioness is book one of the World Part series. The novel is a futuristic story about Victoria, an astound pilot that has been frozen for 72 years only to be awakened to fight again in the war of 2151. Earth… Continue Reading “The Legion and the Lioness (World Apart Book 1) by Derek Armstrong  (Book Review #392)”

Asleep from day by Margarita Montimore (Book Review #391)

Asleep from day is a psychological suspense and romantic story about Astrid. The story is based in Boston, and Astrid has a car accident that erases her memory. As flashbacks and dreams follow along with her, she vaguely remembers a guy named Theo. In… Continue Reading “Asleep from day by Margarita Montimore (Book Review #391)”

IS INDIA READY FOR IT? Written by Boring Bug

IS INDIA READY FOR IT? India! The land of billions. Mystic, majestic, and yet developing. Despite years of repression and exploitation, a country that has leaped from the ashes like a phoenix in a mere span of 67 years. A growth instilled by the… Continue Reading “IS INDIA READY FOR IT? Written by Boring Bug”

Top 200 Book Review Blog

I was contacted by Anuj Agarwal, the Founder of Feedspot, letting me know that my website has been selected by their panelist as Top 200 Book Review Blogs on the web. While this is such an honor to receive, it would not have happened without my beautiful readers and followers’ support. I… Continue Reading “Top 200 Book Review Blog”

Neptunes Gift by C. J. Scarlet (Book Review #390)

Neptune’s Gift: Discovering Your Inner Ocean is a short story about Dylan, a wave who is afraid of crashing the shore. His anxiety and fear overtake his ability to realize that he is the ocean and it is only by meeting a much larger… Continue Reading “Neptunes Gift by C. J. Scarlet (Book Review #390)”

The Badass Girl’s Guide by C. J. Scarlet (Book Review #389)

The Badass Girl’s Guide: Uncommon Strategies to Outwit Predators is a self-help book teaching the reader how to deal with uncomfortable situations such as out thinking and out playing a criminal predator. It covers ways to navigate the criminal justice system and how to… Continue Reading “The Badass Girl’s Guide by C. J. Scarlet (Book Review #389)”

The day my fart followed Santa up the chimney by Sam Lawrence and Ben Jackson (Book Review #388)

The day my fart followed Santa up the chimney is a children’s story. It is Christmas and it is snowing. Timmy decides to go outside sledding. When fart tells Timmy that he has never been sledding, Timmy gladly takes him for a ride. Fart… Continue Reading “The day my fart followed Santa up the chimney by Sam Lawrence and Ben Jackson (Book Review #388)”

Inspired by Danielle E. Shipley (Book Review #387)

Inspired is a young adult fiction. After losing the author of their group, the Muse search for a new one and Luc takes charge of keeping everyone together. The storyline then revolves around each character’s personality and how they get another chance on their… Continue Reading “Inspired by Danielle E. Shipley (Book Review #387)”

Elephant Wind by Heather L. Beal (Book Review #386)

Elephant Wind is an educational story about a teacher and her school kids. The students ask Ms. Mandy questions, and she responds back allowing the reader to learn as they participate in the back and forth dialogue. When a tornado siren happens, the kids… Continue Reading “Elephant Wind by Heather L. Beal (Book Review #386)”