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Book Review: Oh yes...total chaos everywhere! This book has a lasting impression because of the main character’s unchanging personality from beginning to end.
Book Review: Cancer My BFF The author did not write to impress the readers with standard and professional writing but instead, conveyed every phase of his story as a cancer survivor through a conversational and humorous tone.
Book Review: Invasion of the Ortaks: Book V Barbarians To simply describe it, Invasion of the Ortaks: Book V Barbarians by Sveinn Benonysson is INTENSE. I recommend it to all fantasy lovers who have read Books I – IV but my recommendation is limited to mature readers due to its violent and sexual content.
Book Review: Invasion of the Ortaks: Book IV Brutal Force I’m giving this 5 out of 5 stars for successfully instilling the types of emotions needed to be engrossed in the story; there were parts when I was mad, sad, and repulsed but there were also parts when I laughed, got surprised, and got entertained by some amusing moments.
Book Review: Invasion of the Ortaks: Book III Rebellion This is a book that can’t be described in just one word because there’s more to it than the first and second book; it has more heart-warming moments, more violence, more suspense, more focus on characters, more development, and more compelling events that make it very hard to put down.
Book Review: Invasion of the Ortaks: Book II The Defeat Just like the first book, I finished reading this in a day. It’s a page-turner; the story instantly pulled me because the first chapter was compelling, and the succeeding chapters kept on getting better.
Book Review: Invasion of the Ortaks: Book I The Knight This story will pull readers into the incredible world of Esthopia; it’s the perfect fantasy novel for those who want to escape from the real world.
Dominique Bourlet’s introduction of Lady Pain, as he calls it, is a strange creature that comes and goes but is never very far from us.
I love that the author wasn’t too ambitious in writing extravagant incidents to impress the readers. The whole flow of the story was simple and yet, downright entertaining.
This is highly recommended to readers who love mystery novels and I bet that even people with clairvoyance won’t guess how the story ends.
This book is gruesome with a psychological effect that actually made me think it was indeed the end of the world.
The Trials of Frank Strong, Attorney at Law by J.T. Hartman is a court drama that displays the abuse of the legal system and how strenuous it can be for law-abiding citizens and moral lawyers to deal with mendacious accusations. The book serves as an eye-opener that any attempt to manipulate the law has consequences.
Isaac Marion is one heck of a unique storyteller that every single word he uses is so momentous. He pulls the readers into a realm of unimaginable possibilities and instills in our minds that there's a light at the end of the tunnel.
This is a book review of one of the most amazing stories ever written. Michelle Rene didn't just "tell" an amazing story, she "showed" it with her whole heart.
This is a book review of my now favorite court trial novel by Victor Methos. Rated this 5 stars because I love this book! I'm a fan now.
This is a book review of Mary Burton's suspense thriller novel, "Cut and Run."
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List article about the 'Twilight' cast.
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This is a book review of the first novel that I have read amongst Mary Ellen Taylor’s many literary pieces. It’s a page-turner that I recommend to readers who love mysteries and overwhelming twists.
This is a book review of Jacopo della Quercia's "License to Quill," a historical fiction novel with William Shakespeare as its protagonist.
Long after Abraham Lincoln's assassination, his only living son finds a mysterious pocket watch and teams up with 27th President, William Howard Taft to uncover its connection with the recent assassination attempts.
A review of Karen Robards' romantic novel, "Forbidden Love" which tells the story of an aristocratic guardian and his troublesome ward.
A review of Avanti Centrae's debut novel, "VanOps: The Lost Power."
A review of Delia Owens' debut novel, which has topped The New York Times Fiction Best Sellers of 2019.