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The Green Boy – The Chronicles of Agartha – (Book 1) by Sherif Mekdam and Isaac Michaan (Book Review #681)

The green boy is a coming of age fantasy story about Ethan, a 14-year-old boy who discovers a green aura which happens to be the last of an extinct race. Ethan lives in a world where the color of your Aura defines who you…

Murder at the Columbarium by Emily Gallo (Book Review #664)

Murder at the Columbarium is a murder mystery. Jed witnesses a woman’s dead body and a baby that is crying. Things cannot get worse for him when he is also considered as a suspect. He spends his time finding answers not only for his…

The Cheerful Prince: and other stories by Romario Ashley (Book Review #663)

The cheerful prince is a collection of short stories where the author demonstrates his skills in writing compact, interesting, short work or artistic delights. Every story is roughly ten pages long and is enough for the light reader to just whisk through before they…

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…

Penny Dreadful by Teresa Tam-Morris (Book Review #570)

Penny Dreadful is a psychological thriller written about a social counselor called Jasmine. As a murder intrigues her sense of finding, troublesome scenarios begin to approach her. She investigates further and meets Penny. The story is set in Hong Kong and Jasmine comes from…

The fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #569)

The fourth courier is a crime fiction set in 1992. The story is about Jay Porter, a special agent and his gay CIA agent to investigate a Russian physicist who is missing. He is specialized in making atomic bombs and so that gives them…

The Henna Witch by GJ Scherzinger (Book Review #557)

The Henna Witch is an adventure novel about a women name Ashia. She is one of the seven women guardians of the Esme Verena. Each woman has a sacred charge among the real of which they assemble within the astral plan in order to…

Reasons to Kill God by I. V. Olokita (Book Review #556)

Reasons to kill God is a short story historical fiction book written as a psychological thriller. It is written in the first person narrative and begins with Mateus being on trial at court. He is a Nazi criminal who is caught and forced to…

Joshua: Life After Theos By Patricia Miller (Book Review #564)

Joshua – Life after Theos is a stunning story written about a government named Theos. The people there don’t know much about the humans but two scientists risk their lives and work for years trying to prove that they too can live and survive…