Tag: coming of age

When God Called a Boy Home by Paul Hamilton Magid (Book Review #1092)

When God called a boy home is an adventure story. It is set in 1958 and begins with Joseph Conell, a high school athlete from Montana who competes in martial arts. He becomes the reigning champion and has been since such a young age.… Continue Reading “When God Called a Boy Home by Paul Hamilton Magid (Book Review #1092)”

Illyia – The Feigned Moon of Entiria by E. A. Bagby (Book Review #1024)

Illyia is the second book of the feigned moon of Entria series. Having read book one, I knew what I was getting into. The story continued with Giels Deo wanting to be the Lead storyteller and kept overcoming many highs and lows. While he… Continue Reading “Illyia – The Feigned Moon of Entiria by E. A. Bagby (Book Review #1024)”

Everything Somewhere by David Kummer (Book Review #1017)

Everything somewhere is a coming of age fictional story geared toward the young adult generation. It begins with Hudson, a young man who is dealing with depression and isolation. He meets Bruce Michaels, who is a celebrity hiding away from the public eye. The… Continue Reading “Everything Somewhere by David Kummer (Book Review #1017)”

Cutthroat Cheerleader by Zachary Ryan (Book Review #1005)

Cutthroat cheerleader is a coming-of-age fictional story. It begins with Madison Taylor, a cheerleader captain, who is murdered. She is well known, a bully, controlling, and she realizes how her actions and behavior have affected everyone after her death. Her soul looks over everyone,… Continue Reading “Cutthroat Cheerleader by Zachary Ryan (Book Review #1005)”

On Nana’s Shoulders by Vicki Schoen (Book Review #774)

On Nana’s shoulders is a contemporary woman’s novel written about Debra Sherrill and her attempt to save her family.

They Lived They Were at Brighton Beach By Iván Brave (Book Review #768)

They lived they were at Brighton beach is a contemporary fiction book about the coming of age of a struggling artist. Ilya is a 22-year-old dancer at a nightclub. He loses her over a hidden stash of coke and prescription pills. Everything goes downhill… Continue Reading “They Lived They Were at Brighton Beach By Iván Brave (Book Review #768)”

Who’s your daddy by Arisa white (Book review #797)

  Who’s your daddy is a lyrical genre-bending coming-of-age tale featuring a young, queer, black Guyanese American woman who, while seeking to define her own place in the world, negotiates an estranged relationship with her father.

My Dear Ellie by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #728)

My dear Ellie is a fictional story about love and friends. It begins with Ellie wanting to be a superstar. Her dream and ambitions are so intense that she does not want to take a long time to achieve it. As the going says,… Continue Reading “My Dear Ellie by Aisha Urooj (Book Review #728)”

The Green Boy – The Chronicles of Agartha – (Book 1) by Sherif Mekdam and Isaac Michaan (Book Review #681)

The green boy is a coming of age fantasy story about Ethan, a 14-year-old boy who discovers a green aura which happens to be the last of an extinct race. Ethan lives in a world where the color of your Aura defines who you… Continue Reading “The Green Boy – The Chronicles of Agartha – (Book 1) by Sherif Mekdam and Isaac Michaan (Book Review #681)”