Tag: children’s book

Things We Didn’t Ask by Shannon Smith (Book Review #385)

Things we didn’t ask is a collection of fictional horror stories. The tales all focus on things that women would be terrified from and so it takes on a gender-biased role of separate stories that the reader will enjoy for Halloween. There are 6…

Fake News by David Hutter (Book Review #384)

Fake News is a satirical novella about Donald Trump. It is a book written with strange facts replayed with Donald Trump in power. The author believes that Trump’s relationship with North Korea, British Prime Minister Theresa May and his advisers have all been encouraged…

Anonymous by Christine Benedict (Book Review #383)

Anonymous is a psychological thriller written about two women, Debra and Julie. The thrilling story begins with Debra. Debra’s mother has suffered from mental illness, primarily, dementia in the past. She killed Debra’s father, and Debra is afraid that this could be hereditary and…

The Shadow Tribe – The Boy With the Scar by Jaffrey Clark (Book Review #382)

The boy with the scar is book one of three in the young adult fantasy series of The shadow tribe. This fantasy novel is about a young boy named Joby and his dog Scratch. Joby lives alone and is homeless. He is strong and…

Shoeburn and The Ill-Fitting Necklace by Shoeburn Ruffet (Book Review 380)

Shoeburn and The Ill-Fitting Necklace is a mystery humorous chapter book suitable for children. Shoeburn is a happy go lucky kid living his normal life when he gets accused of stealing a precious necklace. He then attempts to clear his name but along the…

A Dark Inheritance by Erme Lander (Book Review #379)

A dark inheritance is a paranormal romance novel about Tina Johnson. She is a single mother in her forties. She wakes up realizing that she has been kidnapped and brought into a world she has never know existed. The only way to survive is…

To Be Had by Sava Buncic (Book Review #378)

To be had is a fictional story about Boris. He is a lawyer and lives in Greentown. His endless love for his wife and daughter is apparent, however, once he loses his job, financial problems cause conflict and separation amongst them. After losing his…

My Year In Books 2017

  My Dear friend Esther, from BiteIntoBooks, suggested that I create a Goodreads Year In Books – Meme. Here goes!        Happy Holidays! Keep on Reading 🙂    Jeyran Main

All the Tomorrows by Nillu Nasse (Book Review #377)

All the tomorrow is a fictional story set in Mumbai, India. The story is about two newlyweds, Jaya and Akash. Their marriage is not based on love but is arranged. Not to let his parents down she marries Jaya only to cheat on her…