Tag: friendship

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)”

Spilling Blood by L. Penn (Book Review #669)

Spilling blood is a story of revenge. The author tells the story of a teenager who is raped by her boyfriend and how she takes every measure to take back what she feels she lost. Toni is strong, and with the help of her… Continue Reading “Spilling Blood by L. Penn (Book Review #669)”

The Parrot by Christy Astremsky (Book Review #595)

The Parrot is a collection of five children’s stories teaching children how not just to try to work on their image but to also be competent and helpful to others. It discusses what true friendship is and how kindness can kill evil. The author… Continue Reading “The Parrot by Christy Astremsky (Book Review #595)”

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown   Treading the uneven road is a short collection storybook that is all set in a small village in the early 1980s and ’90s. Each story is filled with passion and interesting characters. It focuses on Ireland… Continue Reading “Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)”

Purple Pup by Karl Steam (Book Review #496)

Purple Pup is a sweet novel about Lav a purple pup. He has been genetically modified, and due to his DNA capabilities, he is not only purple, but he is also unique in his own way. He is treated differently than the other animals,… Continue Reading “Purple Pup by Karl Steam (Book Review #496)”

The Blood Prince by Marie Blanchet (Book Review #481)

The blood prince is a story about an empress who is evil and a fallen prince seeking to take the throne. By rallying his supporters Gangav, the prince truly tries to pick a fight. However, things take a bad turn, and he has to… Continue Reading “The Blood Prince by Marie Blanchet (Book Review #481)”