Review of The Price of Greed by Suryamita Chatterjee

“The Price of GREED” by Suryamita Chatterjee is a riveting tale of two brothers with starkly different approaches to life and success. One is a renowned wrestler, basking in the glory of his achievements, while the other struggles to find his own path. This story captures the rollercoaster of emotions they experience, revealing the twists and turns of their fates in a way that keeps readers eagerly turning pages.Through their journey, the narrative explores the destructive power of greed and how it can corrupt even the most successful lives. The book delves into the brothers’ contrasting attitudes and behaviors, highlighting…

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Review of A Village of Poetry by Shinas Rasheed

“A Village of Poetry” by Shinas Rasheed is a mesmerizing journey into a world where words hold profound power and artistry. In a quaint village, sacred whispers and poetic musings find their home, guarded and nurtured by devoted templars. These scribes, dedicated to the divine craft of writing, construct monumental structures that draw ink from flowing rivers, gradually forming intricate and captivating designs on a vast white canvas in the town square.The villagers watch in awe as the ink machine, seemingly operated by an unseen force, carves dark forms and shapes into being. While some revere it as a god,…

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Review of Banaras Meets Berlin by Dr. Yojna Sah Jain

“Banaras Meets Berlin” is a captivating tale of love that defies reason, ignores caution, and propels its characters into a whirlwind of adventure across continents. The story follows Ragini, a spirited and rebellious woman from the ancient city of Banaras, rich in history, religion, and culture. Her counterpart, Richard (Ricky), hails from the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Berlin, Germany’s pulsating capital.Their paths cross in an unexpected twist of fate, bringing together two souls from vastly different worlds. Set against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic and its profound aftermath, their love story intertwines with the historical and cultural fabric…

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Review of Unlock Your Power like a Phoenix by Priyadarshini Behera

“Unlock Your Power like a Phoenix” weaves together fictional stories and valuable life lessons to guide readers on a journey of personal development, mindset transformation, and spiritual awakening. Each chapter offers a narrative rich with insights, touching on themes from the spiritual realm and personal growth. While some chapters draw from Hindu rituals and beliefs, the book is designed to be accessible and relevant to individuals of all religious backgrounds. It intentionally avoids mentioning any specific religion, caste, or group, emphasizing a universal approach to self-improvement and empowerment.Dedicated to every individual on our planet, this book embraces the idea that…

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Review of Grandma’s Culinary Treasure by Dr. Sheryl

In “Grandma’s Culinary Treasure,” embark on a delectable journey through the heart and soul of traditional Mangalorean cuisine, where aromatic spices, rich history, and timeless recipes converge into a culinary masterpiece. Nestled along the pristine coastline of India, Mangalore boasts a culinary heritage as diverse as it is delicious. For generations, recipes have been lovingly passed down from grandmother to mother, and now, they are preserved for all to savor by the passionate granddaughter-author.This book is not just a collection of recipes; it’s a celebration of family, tradition, and the enduring love for Mangalorean cuisine. Step into the kitchen and…

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Review of Jaxyl Warrior Princess by Ruth Mitchell

“Jaxyl” introduces readers to the remarkable Jaxyl, a Warrior Princess destined to save the Cosmos. She is a daring and self-assured heroine who captivates with her adventurous spirit and unapologetic nature. Jaxyl’s decisions may sometimes be controversial, but she consistently stands by her choices and fulfills her promises. This fast-paced feminist adventure romance is packed with thrilling love scenes, unique languages, and epic battles. It’s a novel that keeps readers engrossed from start to finish, offering a captivating and immersive experience. Book Description:   Check Price   BookJaxyl Warrior PrincessSeriesNonePartsNonePublication Date1 August 2024AuthorRuth MitchellPublisherRuth MitchellPublication FormatKindle Bio of the Author:…

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Review of Deliveries by Paul Smyth

Nothing makes Paul Jackson feel more alive than soaring through the sky with silver wings slicing through an impossibly beautiful landscape. Operating an air charter company with only one airplane is challenging, but Paul’s passion for flight overshadows the daily rigors of bush flying. Despite slim profit margins, Paul and his longtime friend Dave McMurray rarely pass up the opportunity to journey aloft, risking everything to satisfy a fledgling clientele.On a spur-of-the-moment request, Paul hastily agrees to deliver an important cargo to a rustic hideaway nestled along a picturesque mountain lake. As lodge owner Jack Ward awaits his delivery, poor…

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Review of The Legacy Navigator by Lance E Welch

In “The Legacy Navigator,” Lance E. Welch offers a compelling call to action for individuals to recognize the legacy they leave behind and take transformative steps to shape it intentionally. Many people find themselves paralyzed at the prospect of crafting a meaningful legacy, daunted by the perceived complexity and uncertainty of the process.Welch presents a masterful blueprint that demystifies the art of intentional legacy creation. Using the metaphor of a legacy table supported by four essential legs, he guides readers through a logical and accessible path to designing their ideal family legacy. Drawing on real-life stories of individuals who have…

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Review of The Law of Beasts – Khovahsh by Dapharoah

“Khovahsh Burgoos, an elitist demi-shifting reincarnate, is a nine-thousand-year-old member of the Dragonhead Ancients. This ancient order, steeped in mystery and power, holds sway over the supernatural realms. In this intricate world, Alicia Chay stands out as the sadistic queen of torture who has ruled for forty centuries under various identities. With a family of savage fledglings under her command, she detests mortals yet revels in feeding on them for sustenance.Alicia’s passion for protecting animal life led her to create the “Treaty of the Animals,” a declaration signed in supernatural blood by the Kings of every Animal Tribe. This treaty…

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Review of On the Precipice by Brianna Riley MacMahon

“On the Precipice” plunges readers into the politically charged universe of Imperium, one of the most powerful societies in existence. Set in New Caelus, the political heart of Imperium, the story unfolds against the backdrop of a crucial electoral cycle. The populace faces a monumental decision: whether to continue supporting the militaristic Expansionist Party, which advocates for the destruction of their primary adversary, the Core, or to pivot towards the Affiliate Party, which prefers undermining the Core through political means.In the rigid hierarchy of Imperial society, the Keepers occupy the highest social class and dominate the government. At any given…

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Review of Mind Game by Aviwe Melane

“Mind Game: A Gen Z’s Practical Guide to Navigating Depression in a Digital Age” by Aviwe Melane is a compelling and motivational book that speaks directly to the heart of today’s youth. In this practical guide, Aviwe boldly addresses the intersection of mental health and technology, providing hope and guidance for those struggling with depression amidst the constant connectivity of the digital era. Book Description: Mind Game   Check Price   BookMind GameSeriesNonePartsNonePublication Date29 April 2024AuthorAviwe MelanePublisherDigital On DemandPublication FormatKindle Praised for its conversational writing style, “Mind Game” feels like a personal dialogue, making complex topics accessible and relatable. Aviwe…

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Review of Indy Monroe by Kim Bergsagel

Indy Monroe, the star of the hit Netflix series DI. McKinley, decides to take a much-needed holiday in India, her mother’s homeland, after the latest season wraps up. During her stay, she befriends a couple, Sonal and Prakash, who are ardent fans of her show. However, Sonal harbors suspicions that Prakash is having an affair with another woman, Arundhati, and persuades Indy to play detective in real life.What begins as a playful investigation quickly turns serious when Indy follows Prakash on a business trip and sees him hurrying out of a hotel. The next day, she discovers that Arundhati has…

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Review of The Superflare by Andrew G. Berger

The Superflare is a gripping science fiction novel set in a post-apocalyptic world. The story begins in 2051 when a massive solar storm hits Earth, causing a global EMP that wipes out nearly all digital devices and power supplies. This catastrophic event plunges the pristine, technology-dependent clean cities into chaos and barbarism. In the midst of this turmoil, an artificial superintelligence named Tron, shielded in a bunker, seizes control and disempowers humanity.In this new, harsh reality, Julia, a 17-year-old girl from a once-advanced city now turned into a nightmare, encounters Winston, an 18-year-old settler from a wilderness village that shuns…

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Review of The Run by P.J. Aitken

“The Run”, written by P.J. Aitken, takes readers on an extraordinary journey where ten teenagers compete in an extreme adventure race. Set across five dangerous and challenging zones, the twenty-mile race pushes the boundaries of their endurance and bravery. Each chapter unfolds as a self-contained, over-the-top action sequence, offering a unique perspective from each teenage competitor.From navigating treacherous terrains filled with explosions and motorbikes to facing natural obstacles like volcanoes and polar bears, the contestants must overcome numerous perils. Amidst the high-octane adventure, there are also moments of humor and camaraderie, punctuated by surprising elements like ice cream breaks. Book…

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Review of The Space Traveller’s Lover by Omara Williams

Meet Omara Williams, an acclaimed writer known for her captivating blend of science fiction and romance. Her debut novel, “The Space Traveller’s Lover,” takes readers on an exhilarating journey across galaxies, where love and loyalty collide amidst an interstellar conflict. With a background in nuclear engineering and a passion for science and technology, Williams brings a unique perspective to the genre. Book Description:   Check Price   BookThe Space Traveller’s LoverSeriesNonePartsNonePublication Date10 February 2022AuthorOmara WilliamsPublisherAuthorhouse UKISBN-101665592478ISBN-13978-1665592475Pages284 pagesPublication FormatPaper Back, Kindle, Hard Cover The Space Traveller’s Lover introduces Rothwen, an elite soldier from a powerful alien race, on a mission to wipe out…

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Review of Passion Struck by John R. Miles

Passion Struck In a world filled with distractions and uncertainties, finding one’s purpose and igniting the flame of passion within can seem like an elusive quest. However, John R. Miles, the dynamic force behind Passion Struck®, offers a beacon of hope with his latest book, “Passion Struck: Twelve Powerful Principles to Unlock Your Purpose and Ignite Your Most Intentional Life.” Let’s embark on a transformative journey through Miles’ insightful exploration of personal mastery, self-leadership, and intentional living. “Passion Struck” invites readers to awaken their intentional life without limits. Through twelve science-based principles, Miles delves into the heart of what it…

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Review of The Guardian of Shadows by Jonn Senn and Alicia Rice

The Guardian of Shadows In “The Guardian of Shadows” by Jonn Senn and Alicia Rice, CJ Sinn and Alicia Rice is haunted by his troubled past as he embarks on a perilous journey to protect his brother from the clutches of the mafia. When CJ’s parents reveal that his younger brother, Tommy, has become entangled in illegal activities and dangerous associations, CJ is propelled into the heart of the criminal underworld.Determined to rescue Tommy and dismantle the criminal empire that ensnares him, CJ infiltrates the mafia under the guise of a new recruit. Utilizing his military expertise and unwavering resolve,…

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Review of Rise of the Weakest Summoner by J. R. Saileri 

Rise of the Weakest Summoner In “Rise of the Weakest Summoner by J. R. Saileri  ,” readers are transported to a world where danger lurks around every corner and the fate of nations hangs in the balance. When Ast’s group receives an unexpected request from the Elf Queen, they find themselves thrust into a perilous quest to save Civienne’s precious friend and thwart the sinister plans of an evil cult. As Ast delves deeper into his own identity and powers, guided by a newfound mentor, the stakes grow higher, and the mysteries surrounding his true self become more profound. Amidst…

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Review of Never Too Late by Danielle Steel

Never Too Late “Never Too Late” follows the journey of Kezia Cooper Hobson as she navigates the complexities of starting anew in the bustling metropolis of New York City. Recently widowed and liberated from the burdens of her past, Kezia embraces the opportunity to forge a fresh path forward. Armed with only a handful of cherished mementos, she relocates to a luxurious penthouse in midtown Manhattan, where she finds solace in the familiarity of the city she has always loved. Amidst the hustle and bustle of her new surroundings, Kezia crosses paths with her charismatic next-door neighbor, Sam Stewart, a…

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Review of Happy Place by Emily Henry

Happy Place “Happy Place” introduces readers to Harriet and Wyn, a once-perfect couple who find themselves at a crossroads in their relationship. Despite their undeniable chemistry, Harriet and Wyn called it quits six months ago, yet they’ve kept their breakup a secret from their closest friends. As fate would have it, they reunite for their annual weeklong vacation at a Maine cottage with their beloved friend group. Book Description: Happy Place   Check Price   BookHappy PlaceSeriesNonePartsNonePublication DateApril 25 , 2023AuthorEmily HenryPublisherViking Pages400 pagesPublication FormatPaper Back, Kindle, Audiobook, Hard Cover Set against the backdrop of sun-kissed beaches and salty coastal air, Harriet and…

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