Tag Archives: book review

December 11

Writers Inspiring Change book review of Where the Campaign Ends, by J.P. Dalton

WHERE THE CAMPAIGN ENDS by J.P. Dalton is a different story, one about a person’s struggle with issues doing the things they love and a company they built over many years. Caught up in the intricacies of a business that leaves little time to enjoy life leads to making some tough choices. Quite a journey and […]

December 08

Writers Inspiring Change book review: Grid Wars, by KC Martin

Grid Wars, by KC Martin is a cyber fantasy. A sequel to The Grid Warrior, Grid Wars follows Paul, an IT specialist who has created an entire cyber world where humans can be transplated to, a world without violence, crime or hate, the virtual paradise. Unfortunately, as we all know too well, there are those with other agendas, […]

November 20

Writers Inspiring Change book review: Dead, But Not Gone – Are You Part of the Soul-Bridge to Guide Them Home? by Toby Evans

Dead, But Not Gone – Are You Part of the Soul-Bridge to Guide Them Home? by Toby Evans, is a remarkable accumulation of true-to-life stories, techniques and principles surrounding a subject which previously would have been relegated as purely paranormal, but which today is being experienced by too many people across the globe to be so […]

November 20

Writers Inspiring Change book review: Talon, On the Wing by Gigi Sedlmayer

Talon, On the Wing by Gigi Sedlmayer An enjoyable read for all ages. A very creative story, second in the series. A moving tale about a family living in a foreign country and their daughter who is very small for her age. None of the children or neighbors accepted her because she is different. With […]

November 15

Book review: Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire

  Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire is a fictional drama, the 3rd book in this series about  Steven Harding, who grew up in Portsmouth England under the umbrella of a class of poor, indigent and criminal family members and friends, ended up in prison and when he got out, returned to his […]

November 05

Book review: Primordial Threat by M.A. Rothman

Primordial Threat, by M.A. Rothman, is a pure science fiction thriller, right up there with Asimov. This is a thinker, a story that demands one follow the dots of brilliant science, forced into reality by the collective realization that our world is about to be decimated by an impending asteroid shower and an approaching black […]

November 02

Book review: The Spyglass and The Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton

The Spyglass and the Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton is an enchanting fantasy adventure had by a young girl on summer break. It is filled with exciting travel into another world, a place where she grew to be braver than she ever imagined. Along the way she made lots of new friends, including Goblins and […]

October 26

Book review: The Silver and The Green, by Mari Collier

The Silver and the Green by Mari Collier This is a very interesting fantasy tale about another world, one that has a similar weave to the 17th or 18th centuries of our own world. Relationships develop out of a need to survive. Journeys of escape ensue. Troubles grow between different groups each with their own […]

October 23

Book review: The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan

  The Last Straw, Pigeon-Blood Red, (Book 2) by Ed Duncan, is a crime thriller. When a young woman witnesses a carjacking, she becomes the pivotal point for a series of attempts against her life. Investigators move in and try to unravel the plot, but in the end, it comes down to two lethal hitmen, […]

October 16

Book review: The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore

The Edge of the Cemetery by Margaret Millmore A great read, well written, nice pace. Exciting, interesting and moments of humor. Full of surprises and interesting twists and turns. A very enjoyable book.   Review by Writers Inspiring Change