Tag Archives: book review

June 09

Featured book review: Ascending, by Kenna McKinnon

Ascending, by Kenna McKinnon is a surprising read. What starts out as a marriage gone wrong, developes into a story that shows us the power of love. When Scarlett loses her husband, Michael, to a brutal motorcycle accident, she and her son, Troy, move to a new house where she can forget about her former […]

June 01

Feature book review: Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist John Broughton

Ulf’s Tale, by historical novelist, John Broughton is an impressive piece of historical fiction about the age of the Vikings and Scandinavia around the year 1002 A.D. In fact, it doesn’t read like a fiction whatsoever. Being quite familiar with Sweden, and to a degree Denmark and Norway, where the story takes place, the attention […]

May 30

Featured book review: Angenga: When time no longer exists, by historical novelist John Broughton

Angenga by John Broughton A unique fiction that someday may be a reality. Totally interesting, well written. A lot of medieval history and time travel. Just what is time? Do you think you know?A must read for inquiring minds. Very enjoyable, the ending is really special. Review by International Writers Inspiring Change About John Broughton John […]

April 21

Book review: Before the Boy: Prequel to The Moon Singer Trilogy

Before the Boy by B. Roman  – The prequel to The Moon Singer Trilogy  A well written fantasy involving a family which has different beliefs and where life’s ups and downs take their toll on their relationships. Choices are made and the journey begins with several twists and turns. A different type of story involving a fanciful life after […]

April 18

Book review: Intermittent Fasting, by Jackson Gabriel

Intermittent Fasting by Jackson Gabriel, while being a short book, is packed with useful information from various sources about weight loss through fasting techniques. It is particularly interesting to note the simplicity of this approach. The author doesn’t pitch any special diets, he simply spotlights information/facts about eating normally within certain time periods and then fasting […]

April 14

Book review: Marika: The Chronicles of Tonath Book 3, by Mari Collier

Marika: The Chronicles of Tonath Book 3, by Mari Collier A continuation of the Silver and the Green scifi story about the planet Tonath and the study of the stars. A wonderful, enjoyable story of trials and sacrifice to overcome great danger and horrible events when the stars shift. The people of Tonath work together […]

April 10

Book review: Detour from Normal by Ken Dickson

Detour from Normal, by Ken Dickson, is an autobiographical account about the tragic mishandling of a man’s life. In this true and brutally vivid story, Ken narrates his ordeal, in explicit detail, starting with his admission to a hospital for a medical issue, which soon mushroomed into this burgeoning monster where he was labelled mentally […]

April 03

Book review: Whatever became of Sin? by B. Roman

Whatever became of Sin? by B. Roman   I was not sure what to expect from the title but it is an amazing story. It touches many emotions in the reader and is very hard to put down. It is totally engrossing and believable. The characters exhibit a range of priorities and values. The ending is […]

April 01

Book review: Dun an Doras: Prodosia, by Gemma Tarr

Dun an Doras: Prodosia, by Gemma Tarr, is a thriller fantasy, bordering on horror genre book, the fourth in the Dun an Doras series. In this book, Ben, Ged, Branna and all the other unlikeliest of bizarre people, aka,  creatures of a different sort, come together to solve the gruesome disappearance of people from Italy to Ireland. It’s […]

March 15

Book review: Factfulness, by Hans Rosling

Factfulness, by Hans Rosling, is a remarkable book, possibly one of the most important books of modern times. Rosling presents 10 creditable approaches to looking at the world and the information we use to perceive it, so as to eliminate distortion, untruths, hyperbole, and fake news – in other words, how to see the truth […]