Sent to Watch by David J. Lebenstein, Book Review

  Sent to Watch by David J. Lebenstein is a work of fiction that centres around a fictitious continent named Malefora, where on the Western side of the north coast was a large oval-shaped peninsula, […]

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Salt of the Earth by Kate Moschandreas, Book Review

Salt of the Earth by Kate Moschandreas   Salt of the Earth by Kate Moschandreas is a 360-page science thriller that peeps into the world, 20 years ahead, with all the unpredictable environmental crises. The […]

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on your way home…Do This by George Six

On your way home…Do This by George Six “On your way home…Do This” by George Six is a nonfiction work depicting the journey of the author through several phases of his life, from childhood to […]

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Mark Victor Hansen, Relentless by Mitzi Perdue

Mark Victor Hansen, Relentless by Mitzi Perdue “The size of your question determines the size of your result.” Mark Victor Hansen. page 22 Mark Victor Hansen, Relentless by Mitzi Perdue is an honest documentary on […]

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Love is the Answer, God is the Cure by Aimee Cabo Nikolov, Book Review

“Love is the Answer, God is the Cure” by Aimee Cabo Nikolov   “ Love is the Answer, God is the Cure” by Aimee Cabo Nikolov, a Cuban-American writer,  is a memoir, which divulges into […]

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Like Glass by Sylvia Wilde

Like Glass by Sylvia Wilde When repressed memories float above the level of consciousness and disturb a living soul with haunting nightmares, literature bursts into several individual theories culminating into a single solid pursuit – […]

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