Hello, again book royalists! Another book review overdue! I am just going to say that I love taking notes and pretty much write the review on a note on my phone, it makes it easier at the time to finally translate it here! I have had this review on the draft for so long so… Continue reading “She was extremely smart, and now she was just a mother” ― We Were Mothers ― Katie Sise
From the grabbing opening to the poetic ending, sweet and on point, O.E.B. delivers "Drinking the Ocean" a coming-of-age story of self-discovery and teenage struggles. - Inkish Kingdoms As I sit to write this review, I come to the realization that I am not as familiar with F/F novels and stories as I should. Yes,… Continue reading Indie Review: Drinking the Ocean by O.E.B
From the exotic lands of Australia to England, Traveller Inceptio moves cross time and land. As a group of students discovered by mistake a time machine, they struggled to decide what to do with it since it only sends you 1000 years in the past. While they test the machine with themselves and other items,… Continue reading Indie Review: Traveller Inceptio by Rob Rob Shackleford
Reading these kind of books give me a feeling of accomplishment in life… not only because I read another book, another classic, but because it is just so deep and gives such a good image of the fears of the late Victorians. Wells does an amazing job alluding all these fears and problems of the… Continue reading The Island of Dr. Moreau ― H.G. Wells, ― “I must confess that I lost faith in the sanity of the world”
I started reading this book and everything was… cool… not too weird… It gave me the creeps… everything was… fine… perfect, but then I just couldn’t take it anymore. This book was killing me slowly. The tension was dripping slowly almost motionless down my throat, the frustration was suffocating me, the horror of the perfection… Continue reading Pines ― Blake Crouch ―“For every perfect little town, there’s something ugly underneath. No dream without the nightmare.”
Kindle Unlimited, Indie book, indie author, indie publisher, fantasy, sci-fi, fiction Tech Summary: Read from November 8, 2018, to November 18, 2018. Hello book royalists! This is another indie review that I was so happy to accept and so excited to start! We feel honored and extremely happy that the author of this book wanted… Continue reading Indie Book Review: “PARADIGM SHIFT: Future Comes from Behind” by S.T.K. Chan
Masaji Ishikawa, memoir, North Korea, Japan, escape from North Korea, communism, hope, love, family, South Korea. Tech Summary: Read from August 8, 2018, to Augusts 15, 2018. Hello book royalists! Okay, so this is the second installment I have read since I signed up for Kindle Unlimited, and I am so happy and sad that… Continue reading “When you find yourself caught in a crazy system dreamed up by dangerous lunatics, you just do what you’re told.” ― Masaji Ishikawa, A River in Darkness: One Man’s Escape from North Korea
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Ned Hayes, The Eagle Tree, Washington Olympia, Kinde Unlimited, autism, ponderosa pine, autism spectrum, Tech Summary: Read from August 16, 2018, to September 2, 2018. Hello book royalists! Okay, so this is the third installment I have read since I signed up for Kindle Unlimited, and I am super happy! I have been doing Immersion… Continue reading “I was still looking at the floor of the forest, and I was seeing again the pattern of the leaves moving across the light in the sky, and across my skin.” ― Ned Hayes, The Eagle Tree
Kindle Unlimited, Indie book, indie author, indie publisher, young adult, fantasy, sci-fi Tech Summary: Read from September 23, 2018, to October 10, 2018. Hello book royalists! This is another indie review that I was so happy to accept and so exchited to start! I got a few request from different authors to read their work,… Continue reading Indie Book Review: “Aaru” by David Meredith.