David Copperfield is one of the most enjoyable novels I have ever read. Unusual characters and an interesting plot set in England at the beginning of the 19th century will captivate all readers.
Imagine a future where emotions hardly exist, babies are hatched, social destiny is preconditioned and casual sex has displaced violence. Welcome to Huxley's Brave New World, a disturbing novel in which everyone is...
A review of "The Monk who sold his Ferrari" by Robin S. Sharma. This is a fascinating story, inspiring and motivational. A book to live by.
My review of Morgan Smith's Casting in Stone (A Novel of the Averraine Cycle), a gritty, gripping 'realistic' fantasy which I can wholly recommend
Hidden in a classroom closet by his first grade teacher, Zach is spared from the gunman, but in the aftermath, including the death of a sibling, he must teach the adults in his life to live and love.
John Lennon is a musical icon who spread messages of love and peace throughout his career. But there was turmoil in his life from early on. This book gives us an insight into John Lennon, the person.
In 'The Listener'Walter de la Mare speaks about a traveler on horseback visiting an empty forest.
Kelly McNelis' Your Messy Brilliance is right on target for the current topics that women are talking about. She writes with clarity about a multitude of ways to just be themselves.
Finishing my review and rebuttal of Mark Mittelberg's book The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers). An atheist addresses apologetics. This chapter: Wrapping up!
Review of the book Emerge: The Awakening, by Melissa A. Craven. Allie has always believed life is simple. You’re born. You live. You die. But she's about to learn those rules don't apply to her.