Tag: review tales

Strength of a Thousand by Ryan Tang (Book Review #746)

Strength of a thousand is the book of the science and sorcery series. The science fiction novel begins with Alex. She has a dream, and that is to escape from the space colonies. In the search for the Paragons that were 50-foot tall machines,… Continue Reading “Strength of a Thousand by Ryan Tang (Book Review #746)”

Shrink Rapt by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #744)

Shrink Rapt is a dark fiction mystery novel written about the treatments associated with mental disorders.  The story begins with the director of psychiatry, Lowell, being murdered. Since he was very arrogant and didn’t leave much of a fan base, the list of suspects… Continue Reading “Shrink Rapt by Freda Hansburg (Book Review #744)”

AetherWars A.N. Sage (Book Review #743)

Aetherwars is the fourth and final book of its series. The tale sums everything up from its predecessors. Everything is put to the test at the end. The Aetherborn leader of the elementals, Ruby Black, once again has hard decisions to make. Her boyfriend,… Continue Reading “AetherWars A.N. Sage (Book Review #743)”

Kiss Ride by Kim Troike (Book Review #787)

Kiss Ride is a collection of three short stories written about love and romance. Each story possesses its own concept and storyline. I have read other books from this author and so I was familiar with her writing.

Plantains and the Seven Plagues Paz Ellis (Book Review #742)

Plantains and the seven plagues is a memoir written about the author’s life, her struggles from childhood and living at her bi-cultural home. The book begins with Paz living in New Jersey and how many times she moves from one home to another. Paz’s… Continue Reading “Plantains and the Seven Plagues Paz Ellis (Book Review #742)”

“The American Healthcare Mess” by Gilbert Simon

The coronavirus pandemic didn’t cause the problem, but it’s forced us to the reality that our health care system is failing and crying out for reform. Die-hard conservatives have dug in their heels to resist any changes, but how long can they persist in… Continue Reading ““The American Healthcare Mess” by Gilbert Simon”

In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow by Kenneth Harmon (Book Review #741)

In the realm of ash and sorrow is a historical fiction and magical realism story written about Micah Lund and Kiyomi Oshiro. Micah is a bombardier who has lost his mother and brother. He is seeking revenge. Kiyomi is a Japanese war widow who… Continue Reading “In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow by Kenneth Harmon (Book Review #741)”

Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)

Santander is a memoir written about the author’s astonishing life as a gay teacher. He is 36 and has been a mentor, school admin, columnist and has had other important roles. His autobiography comprises his educational background, life experience, schools and the world. His… Continue Reading “Santander: Rambling on Borrowed Time by David Ellison (Book Review #740)”

Die the villain C. P. Serret (Book Review #739)

Die the villain is an action thriller written about Criss Finn, who has just returned from Japan working undercover as a consultant. Once he meets Chloe, things change. She is a fashionable grad school and introduces him to the social scenes he has always… Continue Reading “Die the villain C. P. Serret (Book Review #739)”