A Reservoir Man is a coming-of-age fictional story filled with emotions and thought-provoking content. Right from the beginning, you are connected with the author’s tragedy and heartbreak. You instantly understand the narrative and the character.
Ékleipsis: the Abyss is the second short story collection filled with suspense, horror, and fiction. Since I had read book one, I was expecting the same quality of writing and penmanship. The author definitely did not disappoint. The premise of the stories was all… Continue Reading “Ékleipsis: the Abyss (Book Review #1285)￼”
Airy Nothing is a young adult fictional tale about a boy named John who has the ability to see things others cannot. When he decides to run away to London, he does not foresee all that will happen to him, meeting Black Jack as… Continue Reading “Airy Nothing by Clarissa Pattern (Book Review #1279)￼”
All that falls down is book one of the Barrington Collection series. It is a fictional tale and begins by letting you into their life of struggles trying to have a baby. With all the miscarriages, all hope is lost. While everything else appears… Continue Reading “All Falls Down by S. M. Grady (Book Review #1269)￼”
Now entering Alaska is a fictional short story divided into five parts. It is a unique blend of drama, death, loss, and comedy. Zan, a 28-year-old divorce’ and a musician moves to Frainbanks and, after experiencing love and loss, meets Melinda, a 27-year-old who… Continue Reading “￼￼Now Entering Alaska Time by Ken Waldman (BookReview #1258)￼”
Fate’s final destiny is a military romance story. The story begins on a Pacific battlefield in 1944 during World War II but really goes back to 1930 when Cindy and Michael meet. Michael Johnson reminisces his time growing up in Oklahoma Panhandle and everything… Continue Reading “Fate’s Final Destiny by E T McNamara (Book Review #1246)”
Jamie whistler is a humorous fiction tale told in the first narrative. It begins with Jamie losing his family to COVID and how he is the heir to an eighty-seven billion-dollar corporate empire. His initial intention is to sell his journal to a publisher… Continue Reading “Jamie Whistler Plays Out of the Park Baseball Because It’s The Only Thing That Matters by RJ O’Sullivan (Book Review #1240)”
Jericho’s Wall is a dystopian fiction story. It all begins with Joshlynn, a 16-year-old, getting ready to take her test and be told where she is to live, work, and basically be told how to live.