Tag Archives: book review

January 18

Book review: Portrait of a Conspiracy: Da Vinci’s Disciples – Book One, by Donna Russo Morin

Portrait of a Conspiracy: Da Vinci’s Disciples – Book One, by Donna Russo Morin is an excellent historical fiction that takes place in Florence, Italy, during the time of Leonardo Da Vinci. Leonardo¬†befriends a secret group of women who get together to learn to paint and use their artistic talents. Such behavior in women is […]

January 15

Book Review: What Haunts Me: Ghost Killer Book 1, by Margaret Millmore

What Haunts Me: Ghost Killer Book 1, by Margaret Millmore, differs from the usual book about the haunts of demons and ghosts victimizing people; this story is about a man who finds himself suddenly seeing apparitions, and moreover, discovering that he has the ability to make them disappear and save others from the hands of […]

January 07

Book Review: Winter’s Captive: The Georgia Series – Book 1, by June V. Bourgo

Winter’s Captive: The Georgia Series – Book 1, by June V. Bourgo, is the first in a series about a woman named Georgia, who is pregnant and who finds herself faced by a cheating husband. She decides to leave and stay with a friend in the Yukon. Bad goes to worse when she is kidnapped […]

December 31

Book Review: The Bucktown Babies by Janine R. Pestel

The Bucktown Babies¬†– Father Gunter, Demon Hunter Book 1, by Janine R. Pestel, is a horror-genre read. Demonic forces have descended upon a small town and babies are dying in numbers which captures the attention of Johann Gunter, aka Father Gunter, a demon hunter who makes it his business to track down malignant spirits who […]

December 23

Book Review: The Fifth Battalion by Michael Priv

The Fifth Battalion, by Michael Priv, is a unique science fiction thriller, a novel that combines the thrills of science fiction space opera, along with the existential – an insight into the spiritual roots of humanity. Norman, the main character in the novel, discovers that he was once part of a battalion which ended up […]

December 16

Book Review: Sons of the American Fatherland, by H. Berkeley Rourke

Sons of the American Fatherland, by H. Berkeley Rourke, is more contemporary realism, than contemporary fiction. A book, written in documentary style, which tells the story of Jonas, an American-born son of a proud loyalist to the Third Reich and Hitler’s Nazi movement. Jonas is taught to regard Jews and people of color as sub-human, […]

December 12

Book Review: The House of Crow, by John W. Wood

The House of Crow, by John W, Wood is an awesome 5-star read! The book is an historical fiction, filled with action, about a family of warriors, set in the 19th century when a band of Blackfoot Indians attack a group of Irish immigrants. The story is being told to a young man, the only […]

December 09

Book Review: Unleash Your Inner Super Powers: and destroy fear and self-doubt, by Jacqui Letran

Unleash Your Inner Super Powers: and destroy fear and self-doubt, by Jacqui Letran, is actually ground-level material about how anyone can improve their perspective, their state of mind and their potential for success. This is not lofty material, it is simple, fundamental and powerful stuff because it addresses the very pillars of what makes us […]

December 01

Book Review: The Game of VORs, by Andrew Orange

  THE GAME OF VORS, by Andrew Orange, is a fantasy tale about a world with many hidden agendas and classes of people. On the whole, it is a selfish and violent society with little regard for life. A young Vor is the main character in this story. Raised by his body guard, he comes […]

November 27

Book Review: Beauty from Ashes, by Meme Green

Beauty from Ashes: Detroit Raised Me, Got Saved Me, by Meme Green, is an amazing story about resilience and strength. This is a true story about the author herself, who fought to survive and who was challenged to find happiness in life, until she finally understood what was really important to her. After many wrong […]