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Released:
April 23, 2020
Reviewed:
April 23, 2020

Your Life Can Be Changed: The true Guide to Become a Change Maker

Author : Anath Lee Wales, Reviewed by Kim Calderon

A great read for anyone who feels stuck in life, the book covers a variety of topics, identifying the different elements that can be harnessed to engineer change in personal life, relationships, and business.

Your Life Can Be Changed: The True Guide to Become a Change Maker by Anath Lee Wales defines the path to self-transformation. A great read for anyone who feels stuck in life, the book covers a variety of topics, identifying the different elements that can be harnessed to engineer change in personal ...

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Released:
May 1, 2020
Reviewed:
May 1, 2020

Perfect

Author : Linda Heavner Gerald, Reviewed by Bertin Drizller

Perfect is well-plotted, but the author’s gift for character makes this story a satisfying tale. It is a pensive story with clever and memorable characters.

Entered as young adult romance, Perfect by Linda Heavner Gerald is a character-driven and spellbinding narrative that is so real and that thrusts the reader into the dynamics of University life and the realities that confront teenagers as they navigate the uncharted grounds of love and see...

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Released:
May 1, 2020
Reviewed:
May 3, 2020

Force No One: A Thriller (Storm Cell Book One)

Author : Daniel Charles Ross, Reviewed by David Reyes

Daniel Charles Ross' novel features great storytelling with robust and intelligent characters, a cunningly developed plot, and a setting that is clearly visible to the reader’s mind to its minutest detail. 

The world is looking forward to the opening of the World Series when a homicide victim is discovered with questionable signs  — an unexplained business card and a Department of Homeland Security enforcement cell no one knows about. While FBI Special Agent Amber Watson and Detroit Pol...

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Released:
May 3, 2020
Reviewed:
May 3, 2020

Gitmo in Darkness: Al Qaeda Strikes

Author : Eric Wentz, Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Eric Wentz is a great storyteller who invents a world that distills the reality that we live in and characters that remind readers of some of the defining moments that have been at the center of the conflict in religion and the threat of terrorism.

An entry guaranteed to please readers who look for good and stylistic writing and characters that are compelling and worth following, Eric Wentz’ Gitmo in Darkness: Al Qaeda Strikes follows Lieutenant Commander Grant Chisolm on a death-defying mission as a liaison officer to Guantanamo. While ...

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Released:
April 12, 2020
Reviewed:
May 8, 2020

Voices

Author : Deborah LeBlanc, Reviewed by Christian Fernandez

The novel is a twisty slow burner and it reflects the work of a writer who knows so well how to bring humanity and realism into a story that explores paranormal activity.

Deborah LeBlanc’s Voices is a seamless meld of horror and paranormal that explores the edge of insanity and a grieving mother’s quest for answers. It’s been five years that Tess Bienville lost everything — her-four-year-old son, husband, home and job. She is stri...

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Released:
May 8, 2020
Reviewed:
May 8, 2020

Against the Machine: Luddites

Author : Brian Van Norman, Reviewed by David Reyes

There is an unalloyed quirkiness that entices the reader and while the characters are anti-revolutionary, they are so skillfully developed that it is hard to not share their sympathy, even in their worst moments.

Against the Machine: Luddites by Brian Van Norman is one of the novels I have read twice before reviewing, because of the beauty of the prose, the wonderful depiction of the social setting with its nuanced realities, and the skillful handling of characters. The story takes readers to a histo...

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Released:
May 8, 2020
Reviewed:
May 8, 2020

The Power of Your Past & the True Calling of Your Soul!

Author : Angelika Schulze, Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

The Power of Your Past & the True Calling of Your Soul! is one of the rare gifts that set the reader on the path to true freedom, confidence, and a meaningful experience. It will change the way you see yourself and others.

The Power of Your Past & the True Calling of Your Soul! by Angelika Schulze is one of the books with a message that touches a part of every reader’s soul because every reader has experienced some kind of pain that haunts their soul. Unfortunately, few are those who find the light in t...

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Released:
April 17, 2020
Reviewed:
May 10, 2020

Tapestry

Author : Beth Duke, Reviewed by Jane Riley

This is a deftly written, balanced, and engaging narrative that has a strong emotional appeal to readers. The prose is delectable, the characters genuinely vulnerable, and the plot points fascinating.

Tapestry is a novel about twenty-one-year-old Skye Willis, living in Eufaula, Alabama, a small town that invites tourists to its bosom but that has little to offer to the young Skye. Skye has never had the chance to know her father, who died in Afghanistan when she was a wee child. Beyond her small ...

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Released:
May 10, 2020
Reviewed:
May 11, 2020

Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood

Author : Trevor Noah, Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo

Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood tells Trevor’s story, but it also explores the theme of apartheid in South Africa and the many implications it had on the black folk.

It can’t be surprising that Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by the iconic South African comedian, Trevor Noah should be the #1 New York Times Bestseller. A lame explanation would be to attribute the book’s success to the comedian’s fame. But in this memoir that...

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Released:
May 14, 2020
Reviewed:
May 14, 2020

Key Strategies for Cancer Prevention: Options to Help You Stay Healthy and Happy

Author : Hui Xie-Zukauskas PhD, Reviewed by Kim Calderon

This is not a book about cancer awareness but one that actually provides readers with tools and the resources they need to beat the disease before it even happens.

Key Strategies for Cancer Prevention: Options to Help You Stay Healthy and Happy by Hui Xie-Zukauskas is a timely nonfiction, medical book that provides valuable information and actionable steps to preventing cancer. It is a relevant book that creates a strong awareness on the factors that increase ...

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