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Reincarnation by Tabitha Zalot (Book Review #190)

This review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. Reincarnation is a non- fiction- semi-religious book written about Karma and what happens after death. The author believes that there are seven levels of astral worlds where people have to evolve through different lives until they reach the level of Karma, which can liberate them from the reincarnation cycle. I found the book to lack major references and substantial evidence to suggest the opinions mentioned in the content. There are some indications []

Outland Exile (Book 1) of Old Men and Infidels by W. Clark Boutwell (Book Review #150)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Outland Exile is a futuristic novel written in a world where society is dominated by a high-tech dictatorship system. In this story, designer drugs and computer generated experiences are a reality. Malila is a seventeen-year-old, second lieutenant, working for the Unity Forces as security. She is given a mission that goes wrong causing her to be kidnapped and her []

“Kids on Trump: America’s Children on President Trump” by Marie Korman & Freida Raj

This review was kindly requested by Marie Korman. Kids on Trump is a short non-fiction book about creating opportunities for children to grow by giving value to what they think. The book begins with interviewing a 10-year-old kid, asking her questions about Trump. The questions are all very generic and the answers are pretty funny. The girl is completely against Trump and wants nothing to do with him. In between these interviews, there are exercises for the reader. I found the workshop []

She’s so Fine – Book 1 of the Samantha Block Series by Jaimee Campbell (Book Review #193)

This review was kindly requested by Jaimee Campbell. She’s so fine is a thriller story written about Samantha. She is a mother of two children and appears to be leading a normal life with ordinary routine wifely chores. However, she is nothing but ordinary. Samantha has a past, which intertwines, with her present life. The past is something she does not want to confront but, as life always comes to bite you back, it captures Samantha and she has no choice but []

Underneath By M. N. Arzu (Book Review #153)

This review was kindly requested by M. N. Arzu From time to time I receive the odd kind of book that I am not sure if I am going to like. This book brought me to shame for judging it. Underneath is book one of A Merfolk Tale. The story is set in Maine where a merman is found injured on the beach. His wounds are so bad that his tail is cut open and it appears that he has been beaten []

Assassin (Starlight #1) by Dori N. Hoxa (Book Review #148)

This review was kindly requested by Dori Hoxa. Assassin is the first book of the starlight saga which is a science fiction story written about a girl named Star Watson. She is an ordinary teenager with even more ordinary dreams. However, someone places something really important in her mind without her knowing, placing herself and her family in danger while making her “The Keeper.” “I hide in plain sight, do not speak. Do not seek. Do not think of The Unique. You []