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Riapoke by Bryan Nowak (Book Review #212)

This book was kindly requested by Bryan Nowak. Riapoke is a fiction thriller written about a mother and son taking a trip to Riapoke. When they arrived they ignore any suspicious and unusual thing they see or hear, little do they know their lives are in danger. Serial killing is a norm in Riapoke and Kyle has to work with his mother to save themselves out of this mess. The interesting thing about this book was its world setting. Without a successful []

Terrorism by Michael Mansell (Book Review #229)

This review was kindly requested by Lean stone Book Club. Terrorism is a non-fiction history short book. The book consists of a quick summary and explanation on how terrorism started, how many kinds exist, and compares certain ideologies such as comparing Jihad with terrorism or comparing Al Qaeda with ISIS. According to the book, terrorism started from the 14th century and they were mostly religious related. Cyber terrorism is, for example, something we are facing today. Viruses, stealing information, abusing the systems are just some []

Somewhere Beneath: A War of Rain Novel by H. W. Vivian (Book Review #226)

This review was kindly requested by H. W. Vivian   Somewhere Beneath is a beautiful young adult book written about a 17-year-old boy, Alan, with the powers to create anything from his imagination. As he suddenly wakes up and finds himself in an underwater metropolis all alone; he does not recall why he is there, or where everyone else has disappeared to. Instead of pursuing his current situation, he decides to ascend to the surface to see the blue sky, only to be []

A Different Kind of Lovely by Petra March (Book Review #230)

A Different Kind of Lovely by Petra March This review was kindly requested by Petra March. A different kind of lovely is a romance fiction novel written about Mina and Neil. Mina is an aspiring dancer and lives in a cottage her grandmother left for her. Her ambition is to turn the cottage into a dance studio. Neil is grieving a terrible loss and wishes to buy Mina’s cottage as the property has sentimental value to him. Mina refuses to sell but allows []

The Limpet Syndrome by Tony Moyle (Book Review 231)

This review was kindly requested by Tony Moyle. The Limpet Syndrome is a science fiction novel about John Hewsen. John is pronounced dead, however; his soul is somehow still alive. He is in limbo and is in a form of a ball of electricity that still has sensory perception and can experience, emotions, characteristics and possess memories. This condition is called the Limpet syndrome. John is sent on a mission to locate Sandy Logan, the minister of homeland security for the British []

Fitness Powered Brains by Chong Chen (Book Review #232)

This review was kindly requested by Chong Chen. Fitness powered brains is a short book revolutionizing the field of physical fitness and brain science. The book provides strategies to strengthen the brain and by doing so, increase productivity. It also subsequently, assists with the coping methods and reduces stress. The intention of the author, I believe, is to assist the reader in achieving a better life and providing a more successful way of living. He believes that fit people are more effective, []