Tag: Fiction

From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)

‘From The Inside Out’ is a beautiful book about Eric Stuyvesant forgetting his son, Michael, in the family van for 90 minutes on a warm Texas day. When he rushes back after realizing his tragic mistake, his son is barely alive, and Eric tries… Continue Reading “From The Inside Out: A Reckoning and Redemption by Eric Dean Stuyvesant (Book Review #1401)”

Sticky Fingers: Confessions of a Marginally Repentant Shoplifter by Tom Bentley (Book Review #1399)

‘Sticky Fingers’ is a memoir written with much humours retelling of Tom navigating the 60s and shoplifting. The author begins revelations of confessions as he lets you into his life and what life has been like for him.

Neighborhood Watch by Kevin Patrick Kenealy (Book Review #1398)

Neighborhood Watch’ is a thriller fiction and begins in Ridgeport, Illinois, where Scott Casey has been living in a utopia that is run by specific rules that must be obeyed. Failure to do so would accumulate fines, and the people living there will lose… Continue Reading “Neighborhood Watch by Kevin Patrick Kenealy (Book Review #1398)”

Death is a Many-Splendored Thing by David Neilsen (Book Review #1392)

‘Death is a Many-Splendored’ is book one of the ‘Chronicles of the Deadly Dead.’ It is a children’s humorous action and adventure story filled with intrigue and scene-after-scene enchantment. The trilogy is perfect for the young reader, and Zach, the main character, truly engages… Continue Reading “Death is a Many-Splendored Thing by David Neilsen (Book Review #1392)”

A Pterodactyl named Kahoutek by Matthew Levine (Book Review #1385)

A pterodactyl named Kahoutek is a short story with a sweet message. Pterodactyl and his adventure on the San Francisco bus brings an overwhelming amount of adventure but also a story that keeps you wondering.

Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel by Rob Roy O’Keefe (Book Review #1376)

‘Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel’ is a political fiction and is about Duncan Small, an engineer, and Maya small, a science writer. They are constantly on the move, but Maya has had enough. They think everything is going to be easy, and finally,… Continue Reading “Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel by Rob Roy O’Keefe (Book Review #1376)”

Soap-Stud & Blue-Movie Girl by David Godolphin (Book Review #1371)

Soap-Stud & Blue-Movie Girl is a humorous young adult book. The book consists of two short novellas, both set in the 1990s.

Revolution by David Dorrough (Book Review #1365)

Revolution Is a dark humor fictional tale, and its added contemporary comedic element creates a very interesting read. Bill and Yvonne Smede are two middle-aged protagonists living in California, introducing all the drama that comes with their life, friends and relations.

Empire Resurgent by Robert Bruton (Book Review #1359)

Empire Resurgent is a historical fiction set in 530 A.D. Emperor Justinian is the emperor of Rome. Still, General Belisarius wants to change a few things and how things are run. As he manoeuvres ways to achieve this goal, he finally finds a way… Continue Reading “Empire Resurgent by Robert Bruton (Book Review #1359)”