Tag: review tales

To Give Thanks: Our Pilgrim Ancestors BY DAVE CURLISS (Book Review #805)

To give thanks is a thinking wonderment of our grandparent’s Mayflower crossing in 1620 and the incredible sequence of events leading to the first Thanksgiving. This historical book reminds us of the early American pilgrims taking mankind from an old world and delivering it… Continue Reading “To Give Thanks: Our Pilgrim Ancestors BY DAVE CURLISS (Book Review #805)”

The Rayne Project (Project Hercules, Book 1) by Lyna Lopez (Book Review #804)

The Rayne project is a sci-fi, dystopian superhuman novel about Rayne. A plague has taken over the world, and the habitable zones are governed by the military, who use super-soldiers to fight the battle for them. For some particular reason, Rayne turns out to… Continue Reading “The Rayne Project (Project Hercules, Book 1) by Lyna Lopez (Book Review #804)”

Kindness Feels Incredible – Piper and Beanie Adventures by Donna Coker (Book Review #802)

Kindness feels incredible is a children’s book dedicated to all children that need a little kindness. The story begins with Piper and Beanie going for a swim when they see Rowdy, a not so nice dog throwing stones at a squirrel. When Piper and… Continue Reading “Kindness Feels Incredible – Piper and Beanie Adventures by Donna Coker (Book Review #802)”

Perfect by D. D. Larsen (Book Review #793)

Perfect is a romantic crime story written about Seryna. She is a teenager going to high school. She is passionately involved with someone who is rich, powerful. There is one problem though, the FBI is suspicious of her family, and her boyfriend is part… Continue Reading “Perfect by D. D. Larsen (Book Review #793)”

Vanwest The Past by Kenneth Thomas (Book Review #790)

The past is a dystopian time travel thriller. It is the first book of the Vanwest series and is about an enforcer who lives in dystopian earth of the year 3000 and works for an authoritarian ruler called the Universal Council.

The Tech by Mark Ravine (Book Review #788)

The tech is a crime mystery novel about Cassidy, who works for the FBI. She is trouble, stands her ground, and following orders is just not what Cassidy does.  She has a reputation. When Cassidy returns to Arizona, she finds herself in a predicament.… Continue Reading “The Tech by Mark Ravine (Book Review #788)”

In the canyons of shadow and light by Emily Donoho (Book Review #786)

In the canyons of shadow and light is a psychological thriller set in 2004, New York. The story begins with Alex Boswell, an NYPD homicide detective, introspective, world-weary, and cynical man. He seeks justice in an injustice world, and crimes happen at frenzied promptness,… Continue Reading “In the canyons of shadow and light by Emily Donoho (Book Review #786)”

Hinterland by L. M. Brown (Book Review #783)

Hinterland is a fictional story written about family, love, and the importance of a father’s love for her daughter. Nicholas has a five-year-old daughter named Kate. Kate’s life falls apart when her mother disappears, and Nicholas does not reveal the real reason that has… Continue Reading “Hinterland by L. M. Brown (Book Review #783)”

Root and Branch by Preston Fleming (Book Review #782)

Root and Branch is a political thriller written about Rogers Zorn, who is a security contractor. He learns that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been using his companies’ discoveries in order to achieve their own disturbing purposes.