Tag: eBooks

The Identity Thief by Alex Bryant (Book Review #711)

The identity thief is a young adult contemporary fantasy that is set in London. A shapeshifting sorcerer called Cuttlefish unleashes a terrifying magical carnage in London, causing chaos. Homes are attacked, and people are found unconscious, but nothing is stolen. As magical crime increases,…

My Piece and My Peace: The Autobiography of Brandon A. Rowell by Brandon Rowell (Book Review #672)

My piece and my peace is an autobiography written about Brandon and his life. He has it all and is probably one of the luckiest people having the best life one could imagine. His job, love life, family life, living situation, and his desires…

Screamcatcher: Web World by Christy J. Breedlove (Book Review #603)

Screamcatcher is a young adult fantasy novel written about a 17-year-old girl named Jory Pike. She has horrific nightmares due to her parent’s death. Her Grandfather tries to help her to sleep, but, nothing seems to work. Jory decides to use a dream catcher…

Reaching Readers by Offering Options by Julia L F Goldstein

Reaching Readers by Offering Options by Julia L F Goldstein You may have heard that eBook sales are declining as a fraction of total book sales and that independent (indie) bookstores are making a comeback. An article in The Observer describes this trend. I…

Vincent Van Gogh, the Ambiguity of Insanity by Giuseppe Cafiero (Book Review #525)

Vincent Van Gogh was an extraordinary Dutch painter. He was famous and influential in his time and made an impact on Western Art. There are many articles and opinions made about his work, in particular, his love for women and places. This audiobook provides…

That Which Must Happen by Lanza Sebastiano (Book Review #513)

  That which must happen is a literary novel about a boy named Benjamin who can see what is to happen in the future. While he has this power and is able to stop certain things from, happening, he does not. However, things take…

FOREVER HERSELF – A Son’s Memoir of a Remarkable Woman by Kerry L. Stevens with Berthella Stevens (Book Review #517)

This is a memoir about the author’s mother, Berthella. Stevens brings life memories of his beloved mother and how life used to be living under her care. The connection between the two, his mother’s life as a bright minded woman and everything she believed…