Category Archives: book review

September 25

Book Review: A Crash-Course in Chinese Cuisine and Tea, by Ani Right

A Crash-Course in Chinese Cuisine and Tea, by Ani Right, is a great book to take with you to an authentic Chinese restaurant so you know what to order. It would also be handy when travelling, particularly in places where Chinese food is prominent. The book also provides great details and information about teas and useful […]

September 23

Book Review: The Road to Amistad by Ken Dickson

The Road to Amistad by Ken Dickson, is a saga about one person’s walk through life. It is an interesting story, and while depicting the journey he has undertaken, and the experiences he has, while also seeking-out others walking the same path as he, the book keeps a focus on the important issues in life. The […]

September 17

Book Review: Living the Life by S.P. Chockalingam

Living the Life by S.P. Chockalingam, is, as the title implies, a manual about life. The author walks the reader across the broad spectrum of life, covering the three pillars, the body, the mind and the spirit. He takes on, in big bites, the ills which face humanity in each of these zones, everything from […]

September 10

Book Review of The Grid Warrior by KC Martin

The Grid Warrior by KC Martin, is a science fiction fantasy, that casts the reader into the future, in 2031, when the world of digital games is reaching new highs. In The Grid Warrior, Paul, a programmer and gamer who lives in England, has developed a way to integrate himself into the very matrix of […]

September 09

Book Review of Together They Overcame by Juliet C.B. Aharoni

    Together They Overcame, by Juliet C.B. Aharoni, is a beautiful and inspirational love story. The book moves along at a good pace, with interesting characters and a totally enjoyable tale. Throw in cultural and gender differences, many hardships along the way which test and challenge them and their love, and you have a […]

September 05

Book Review of Dun an Doras by G.L. Tarr

This is a fantasy adventure, and it has everything; mythology, legends and folklore. The book is intensely interesting and gripping. The story takes place in Ireland – a land full of folklore. It is a story about love & loyalty between friends who work together to fight off evil. It will keep you on the […]

August 30

Book review: Living on Earth: A Guide to help you achieve Health, Happiness and Success

Living on Earth, by Roser Segarra, is an incredibly enlightening and eye-opening book about life, spirituality, self-healing and how to be healthy, happy and successful. This is not a motivational book or a seven-step program to become happy and rich. Clearly, the author has spent considerable time and research, putting together a compendium of salient […]

August 29

Book review: California Bound by Frank Kelso and John O’Melveny Woods

California Bound, by Frank Kelso and John O’Melveny Woods, is simply great western story-telling. California Bound is gritty, tough and ruthless – the sort of Clint Eastwood style of action in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and yet, with the panache, flippant and flirtatious flamboyance of saddle-riding, gun-shooting cowboys who smile at danger […]

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 […]