Tag: non fiction

Creating Gods by Omar Newton Wilson (Book Review #1137)

Creating Gods is a self-help- philosophy book discussing the concept of ‘The Sandbox’ being the universe with a gazillion moving parts informing us of the language of which allows us ways to think. The way we think implements constructs existing in singularities.

Floating in Saltwater by Barbara Carter (Book Review #1114)

Floating in saltwater is a memoir about a child’s experience and perspective dealing with dire situations. It is a collection of stories and is staged in three sections beginning with how confusing life is. The book then questions her reason for being and belonging… Continue Reading “Floating in Saltwater by Barbara Carter (Book Review #1114)”

Critical Masses by Julie Banks Lewis (Book Review #1060)

Critical Masses is a self-help, non-fiction book, and it assesses the power dynamics and structural inequalities throughout American history. It discusses the system or powers, capitalism, democracy, patriarchy, and so much more.

KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)

Kings, conquerors, psychopaths is a non-fiction, historical book providing us a realistic look at how leaders and rulers brutally controlled us and how many of the same characteristics are displayed in the tyrants and cooperations we have today. The book introduces us to a… Continue Reading “KINGS, CONQUERORS, PSYCHOPATHS From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation by Joseph N. Abraham MD (Book Review #910)”

UNHINGED by Brendon Luke (Book Review #862)

Unhinged is a self-help, self-dedicated book on helping the reader judge and hopefully learn that there will be a time when you reach a certain point and find that saving grace from within. It is some sort of a spiritual power created by yourself;… Continue Reading “UNHINGED by Brendon Luke (Book Review #862)”

An Ambiguous Grief by Dominique Hunter (Book Review #827)

An Ambiguous Greif is a beautiful memoir written about the loss of a Mother, her grief over her son Dylan’s death, and the story behind why it came to be this way.  The focus is on Dylan, but the narrative and the story emphasize… Continue Reading “An Ambiguous Grief by Dominique Hunter (Book Review #827)”