Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Showing 1-5 of 5 items.

Sidney Sheldon's Chasing Tomorrow: A Book Review

Sidney Sheldon's Chasing Tomorrow is a publication I liked reading three decades back after I had the strain off my jobs. I'd asked my brother to purchase a few of Sidney's books and compensated him well. Fast forward now in the eerie environment of my home when day approaches, I thought reading a book proved to be a excellent way to forget everything as well as myself. That is why I got hold of this publication to write a review.About the Novel"Chasing Tomorrow" is a continuation of this public...

Book Review of Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexanders

At once engaging and creative, Ricardo Alexanders' Bollywood Invasion enrapts readers using an enjoyable and fantastical coming of age story, set in a nicely posed mixing of fiction and reality that exceeds the reaches of continents and time.Immediately the narrative brings you in, as originally, we fulfill John Palmieri residing in contemporary times in Brooklyn; he is a nerd and Beatles enthusiast in high school and frustrated together with his lower middle class existence. Things begin togeth...

Book Review of The Steel Queen

Endowed with all the markings of a memorable introduction read, Karen Azinger's The Steel Queen, brings viewers into Erdhe, a dream imbued kingdom ripe with intrigue, knights, bravery, swords, sorcery and pure evil. |As the premier publication inside her Steel and Silk Saga, this publication serves as an introduction into the medieval kind lands of their kingdoms of Erdhe, together with its various participating inhabitants.The narrative participates immediately immersing the reader in a complex...

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway - Book Review

Recently I had been working on a job and wanted to mention the publication so that my daughter sent me a"fast read" copy.I was amazed how great it had been, all of the basis of the publication in a speedy and simple to browse format.The publication discusses anxieties and the numerous types we could be beset by. The largest fear"I can not manage it" is in the bottom of our major anxieties. Perhaps you had been brought up by caring, well-meaning relatives that told you to"be cautious" or"care", t...

BOO! By Simon Plaster Is a Horrifyingly Good Read

BOO! By Simon Plaster, with a cast of a few of the very idiosyncratic and humorously twisted characters this side of Oklahoma City, together with his unforgettable female protagonist, little city reporter turned large, Henrietta, just could be among the writer's most enjoyable and LOL books yet. In BOO! , Plaster's most up-to-date novel, the writer takes satirical jabs in a number of subjects, such as sexual mores and the"Me Too" motion. It is a novel that will delight fans of Plaster's and anyo...