Beautiful, Frightening, and Silent – Book Review

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

The Success Incite by Tornike Minadze – 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 – Book 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

Life for Sale: Would You Sell Your Life for 1,000,000 Pounds? By Amanda Hounsom – Book Review

Life For Sale follows Jamie Barrington, Crown Prosecution Service attorney, amid his struggle against a powerful drug kingpin. Jamie, living an unremarkable existence in London, struggles to adapt to a legal system that too often unleashes criminals back into the arms of society. After the death of his wife, Barrington, in a fit of melancholy, … Continue reading Life for Sale: Would You Sell Your Life for 1,000,000 Pounds? By Amanda Hounsom – Book Review