Tag: death

The Glorious Between by Doug Reid (Book Review #750)

The glorious between is a story about Emily and Patrick. Emily is not well and is terminally ill. Patrick, a neurologist, loves Emily and tries all he can to save her from the inevitable outcome. Emily cannot remember much, and that really reflects on… Continue Reading “The Glorious Between by Doug Reid (Book Review #750)”

Never stop dancing by John Robinette and Robert Jacoby (Book Review #696)

Never stop dancing is a Memoir. The book is written about grief, friendships and love. The loss of John’s wife is the prominent and most impactful part of the content. The loss truly moves his home and world, and as he grieves over the… Continue Reading “Never stop dancing by John Robinette and Robert Jacoby (Book Review #696)”

Do you believe in the afterlife? What do you think happens when we die? Gareth Frank

Do you believe in the afterlife? What do you think happens when we die? by Gareth Frank The Moment Between is a psychological thriller published by Three Women Press, that brings death to life through the story of Doctor Hackett Metzger, a neurologist who… Continue Reading “Do you believe in the afterlife? What do you think happens when we die? Gareth Frank”

The Killer in Me by Keith Julius

The Killer in Me by Keith Julius           I love to kill people. Now that I have your attention, allow me to add some information to the previous disclaimer.  Within the pages of the stories I write, I love to kill people.  It’s a… Continue Reading “The Killer in Me by Keith Julius”

Beauty of the Fall by Rich Marcello (Book Review #469)

The Beauty of the Fall is a story written about Dan Underlight. This fictional story describes the life of Dan being a technology executive who is divorced and suffers from the loss of his son. As he gets fired from his job, Dan decides… Continue Reading “Beauty of the Fall by Rich Marcello (Book Review #469)”

No one has to die alone by Dr. Lani Leary (Book Review #23)

Too tired to read? You can listen to Jeyran’s review below. “Caring for a terminally ill loved one can be the single biggest challenge of your life. Drawing from her experience sitting with over 500 people as they died and caring for her own terminally… Continue Reading “No one has to die alone by Dr. Lani Leary (Book Review #23)”

Don’t Look for the Reason: Look for Me Under the Rainbow by Bernard Jan

Don’t Look for the Reason: Look for Me Under the Rainbow On an early, misty morning, a ship arrived and disembarked men. All the seals ran away. All, except the young. Unprotected, unaware of the danger, they innocently waited for human beings to approach.… Continue Reading “Don’t Look for the Reason: Look for Me Under the Rainbow by Bernard Jan”

Mário De Sá-Carneiro: The Ambiguity of a Suicide by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #422)

The Ambiguity of a Suicide is a fictional story about Mario’s suicide. Fernando Pessoa seeks answers about his friend’s choice of death. While he pursues answers with investigators, this story then takes a different and interesting turn. The three characters start an adventure traveling… Continue Reading “Mário De Sá-Carneiro: The Ambiguity of a Suicide by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #422)”

Serial Killers by Frank C. Chastain (Book Review #179)

  Serial Killers is a book written about notorious murderers. In reality, it is a collection of well known documented serial killers like, the Long Island killer, the Zodiac killer, Genene Jones, The Boston Strangler and Richard Ramirez. I found the collection of stories… Continue Reading “Serial Killers by Frank C. Chastain (Book Review #179)”