Adrift by Charlie Sheldon – Book Review


A Story of Survival, Hope, and Spirituality Book Review Adrift By Charlie Sheldon Charlie Sheldon's Adrift is a book of multiple stories told from different points of view, beautifully interwoven together to form a compelling tapestry of hope, spirituality, endurance, determination, and survival. Sheldon creates plots that are so alive, they hook the reader tight until …

Beneath the Muscle: Unleash Your Inner Champion – Book Review


Do Whatever You Love Book Review Beneath the Muscle: Unleash Your Inner Champion By Lauren Powers If the content of this book could be encapsulated in one sentence, it would be this: “Do whatever you love, help others enjoy the benefits of what you do, and success will follow.” The people who know Lauren Powers, …

The Unbound Soul – Book Review

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Going Deep Into Consciousness Book Review The Unbound Soul: A Visionary Guide to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment By Richard L. Haight “Reading alone is insufficient. The value of these teachings cannot be assessed until one has practiced sufficiently with pure intentions.” That’s right! As the author puts it, The Unbound Soul: A Visionary Guide to …

Happy Healing – Book Review


Healing Through Meditation Book Review Happy Healing:  8 Magic Steps to Relieve Physical Pain and Discomfort By Dominique Bourlet The essence of Happy Healing: 8 Magic Steps to Relieve Pain and Discomfort can be encapsulated in this sentence, which the author himself writes: “The key prerequisite to healing is the soft approach.”  Dominique Bourlet tries …

The Buried Secrets of Peonies – Book Review

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The voices of suffering Book Review The Buried Secrets of Peonies By Mernegar Dorgoly Mernegar Dorgoly’s The Buried Secrets of Peonies is a collection of eight short stories. Set in Iran during Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s rule, each story reflects the lives of ordinary people under the new theocratic government. Looking back to history, Ayatollah Ruhollah …

Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive – Book Review

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A wild ride through drug trafficking Book Review Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive by; Dan "Tito" Davis and Peter Conti Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive is a true-to-life adventure of Dan “Tito” Davis. It’s technically written or arranged for publication by Peter Conti, but the …

McDowell – Book Review


Life is all about who you are!  Book Review McDowell by William H. Coles A character is what you build of yourself. Reputation is what people perceive of you. And the sad truth is that people can be so judgmental. William H. Coles’ book, McDowell, tells the life story of a famous surgeon and skilled …

Dancing-you: Dançar-te – Book Review


Mesmerizing pieces of work Book Review Dancing-you: Dançar-te By Gisela Pereira Gisela Pereira’s Dancing-you is a mesmerizing series of poems, which essence is very well encapsulated in these lines that the author herself writes: “It all started to the sound of a small drum. A drum of rituals and hypnosis that would get us lost …

The Warramunga’s Aftermath of War – Book Review

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Trailing the pedophile ring Book review The Warramunga's Aftermath of War by Greg Kater Where the first volume ends, the second book begins! The Warramunga’s Aftermath of War is Greg Kater’s second installment of a trilogy. [The first installment is The Warramunga’s War] But this volume can stand alone. So, you need not worry if …

The Warramunga’s War – Book Review

The Warramunga's War

A story of two men of the same nationality but of different cultures Book review The Warramunga’s War By Greg Kater Greg Kater’s The Warramunga’s War follows the story of two Australian army personnel, Lieutenant James “Jamie” Munro and Corporal Jack “Jacko” O’Brien. The two first met in 1941 during a military operation in Syria. …

Pancake Money – Book Review

Pancake Money Book Review

Pain moves people to action... and you get more! Book review Pancake Money By Finn Bell The plot of Pancake Money revolves around pain. Pain is what motivates behavior, Professor Ann Bowlby told her Forensic Psychology class.  And one of her students takes her word to heart, as he says: "If you hurt people badly …

Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks – Book Review

Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks

Advice worth pondering on Book review Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks By Morton E. Tavel, M.D Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks is a non-fiction book by Dr. Morton Tavel. A cardiologist with over 20 years experience in medical practice, Tavel offers advice on the appropriate interventions on health conditions. He points out the many misconceptions …