Category Archives: book review

June 22

Book Review: John’s Pond by Donna Lynch. “True love cannot be stopped.”

  John’s Pond, by Donna Lynch, is a lovely story of young love and standing up for what is right even if it is unpopular to do so. Inspiring, with complicated relationships and the sweet exploration of true love, it is a well-written book, and truly difficult to put down as the story-line and its […]

June 21

Book Review: The Galapagos Agenda by Leonardo Wild: “A sweeping geopolitical thriller!”

The Galapagos Agenda, by Leonardo Wild, is a sweeping geopolitical thriller that takes the reader on an intrigue of murder, corporate greed and political power-plays. Max Villalobos, son of the billionaire and corporate tycoon, Roy Villalobos, has a different vector in mind for his life, one that goes entirely against the plans that his father […]

June 13

Book Review: Olivia’s Promise, by Diane Merrill Wigginton. The 3rd book in the Jeweled Dagger series. Pre-order now!

  Olivia’s Promise by Diane Merrill Wigginton, is yet another awesome book by this author. I read it very quickly – it was like eating good ice cream, I enjoyed it that much. This is book 3 in the Jeweled Dagger historical romance series. My great grandmother was from Ireland and she had a special […]

June 09

Book Review: “The Lost Generation” by Erica Marie Hogan. “A WWI historical romance – Inspiring!”

  The Lost Generation, a book by Erica Marie Hogan, starts before the beginning of World War I and continues until around the 1980’s. It is a story about the effects of war on people, and the emotional journeys of three families and how they are connected even though they are from different lands. It is a […]

June 07

Book Review: “Alvar’s Spear” by Charles Freedom Long. “A Star Wars quality sci-fi fantasy!”

Alvar’s Spear, by Charles Freedom Long, a sci-fi fantasy, is Star Wars quality action. Alvar’s Spear takes us into the future where sentient races are at odds, where the ultimate fate awaits entire worlds unless one person, Gar, a hybrid, can find a way to save his world before it is too late. Wonderfully written, […]

June 05

Book Review: “Blessed Curse” by Nancy Sartor. “A gripping thriller with a twist…”

“An engrossing tale of love and friendship and the fight against evil. The Six are friends and they share a very unique challenge that is on the spooky side. United by a special connection since early childhood they all come together to help one of their own. This story was not my normal subject matter […]

May 26

Book Review: Spirituality in the 21st Century by Frank P. Daversa “An inspiring spiritual read.”

Spirituality in the 21st Century, by Frank P. Daversa, is a contemporary rendering, with practical and insightful teaching about how to achieve a more fulfilling and spiritually enlightened life in our modern times. It is nicely written, fluid and easy to read. Although the author underscores his own religious perspective, he also presents a broader […]

May 25

Book Review: “Evin” by A.S. Crowder, is an action-filled urban fantasy into another realm.

  Evin, by A.S. Crowder, is an urban fantasy, filled with action, sinister wraiths, magical daggers and mysterious portals – where good versus bad in a deadly conflict for survival. For readers of young-adult urban fantasy, this is a good read, well-written and with characters you really come to like. The story centers around Eva, […]

May 17

IWIC Book Review: Three Crowns and the Dream Sofa, “A playful and entertaining sci-fi fantasy…”

      Three Crowns and the Dream Sofa, a fantasy sci-fi by Liliane Broberg, is a playful and entertaining read. Put together elements of Alice in Wonderland, King Arthur and a touch of Shrek – mix them all up in a magical story about three hopelessly incompetent kings, a jealous sister, a Book of […]

May 10

IWIC Book Review: Angelina’s Secret by Diane Merrill Wigginton – “A five-star read!”

“THIS BOOK GETS 5 STARS This is a love story that takes place in the late 1700’s. It is different from the normal romance story and very well written. Hard to put down and with lots of surprises and a touch of mystery included too. It took me through a full range of emotions from […]