Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy by Andy Ngo is a brilliant, courageous exposé of the domestic terrorist network calling itself "Antifa." What is Antifa? The name Antifa is short for "anti-fascism." The movement is closely aligned with the anarchist philosophy. In a general sense, anarchists advocate for a society without a government … Continue reading Unmasked: BRAVE Antifa Exposé by Andy Ngo!
Beautiful, Frightening, and Silent by Jennifer Gordon is a psychological horror novel that’ll please readers of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. With its universal theme of guilt and grief, it packs quite a story that could appeal to readers beyond the scope of King and Koontz fans. Adam is a high school English teacher with … Continue reading Beautiful, Frightening, and Silent – Book Review
I won’t lie, I’m a sucker for self-help books. I always feel rejuvenated in the middle and the end, albeit for a short time. After reading a few of these books myself a few years ago, I’ve realized it’s really in my hands to succeed in life. It’s not in the hands of an author. … Continue reading The Success Incite by Tornike Minadze – Review
The Naiyro and the Beckoning Eroded Stone by Nada Almarri is a mythological/fantasy tale with the length of a novella. The story is and extremely fascinating and great read. The author introduces us to an original piece of mythology at the beginning of the story and it gradually develops to a modern tale. To me … Continue reading The Naiyro and the Beckoning Eroded Stone – Book Review
Dreams of Zugunrehe (pronounced ‘Zuh-Gun-Ruh’) is a children’s book written by Dr. Michael Kinsey that explores the theme of growing up and leaving the proverbial nest. The characters are two Arctic Terns, birds that are known for traveling great distances. The little Tern is afflicted with a crippling sense of insecurity. “How could I survive … Continue reading Dreams of Zugunrehe by Michael Kinsey PhD – Book Review