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The Band 4 – The Air We Breathe by Marguerite Nardone Gruen- Book Review by da-AL

da-AL has kindly written a review about this wonderful book called “The Band 4 – The Air We Breathe by Author Marguerite Nardone Gruen”.  I am posting this review below. A while ago I also happened to read and write a review for the same book. You can read my thoughts on the same book here. da-AL, is an Emmy award-winning journalist. Read more of her writing and stay tuned for when her adult literary fiction novel, “Flamenco & the Sitting Cat,” []

Remote Viewer: Shadow Rescue by Rhonda Armbrust (Book Review #76)

Jazz is the heroine of this thrilling story. She has a sensitive background having lost her parents when she was a child. However, this does not affect her emotions and judgment. She is very decisive and firm. Her relationships, on the other hand, struggle. Jazz cannot keep a relationship due to her job and the inability of giving her heart. She is a remote viewer, which makes her a valuable asset. Jazz is kidnapped by the Chinese members of a secret society []

Sleep then my Princess by O. N. Stefan (Book Review #61)

“I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” Stephanie has lost her husband and child in a car accident. She moved to Arizona leaving her job to start a new life. Things, unfortunately, do not pan out for this lady. She becomes suspicious of a few phone calls. She then becomes aware of having a stalker. The creepy kind that comes and takes your clothes or keeps making you aware of their existence but not tell you who they are. On []

Escape the Pain to Survive by Katherine Nelson (Book Review #58)

  Firstly I would like to write a little about Katherine. Escape the Pain is her first novel, and she has a passion for raising money and awareness for at-risk youth and military veterans. The Author wishes you to know that all profits from book sales will be going to organizations and ministries devoted to at-risk youth and military veterans. Given that it is Christmas, I believe that it would be nice to give back to our troubled youth and help in []

Mad God Walking by Connor Drexler (Book Review #57)

This review was kindly requested by the Author, Connor Drexler. Damon is not human, however; he wishes to act like one. He has a past that haunts him, yet he wants to forget it and to move on. Damon has tried so hard to create a living as normal as possible but once wizards arrive and threaten this peaceful life; he then has to use his secret powers to fight back. As this secret comes out, his life like the wish to []

The Girl From Rostov by Shitij Sharma (Book Review #40)

Majid is like the Indian Godfather. He is a ruthless businessman, and his brother and wife pay with their life for his actions leaving him to raise their child, Maya. Although Majid tries to keep Maya away from his affairs, the poor child witnesses some gruesome happenings that inevitably place her life in trouble. The girl from Rostov is a book that is written in two parts. Part one is about Majid and Mazhar. Part two is about Maya and Samar. Towards []

Only Wrong Once by Jenifer Ruff (Book Review #316)

Only wrong once is a suspense thriller written about a very powerful ISIS leader plotting to kill innocent lives by hiring a microbiologist. He has this graduate to create a weapon, a virus, and to spread it across the American citizens. FBI agent Quinn Traynor is adamant to stop his massacre from happening. With the help of Madeline Hamilton, he only has a few days to prevent this horrific incident from happening. When I began reading this book, I felt that it just sounded too []