The Girl Who Came Back by Kerry Wilkinson 

My review Story is pretty straightforward; Olivia Adams comes back home after 13 years, her mother believes that she is who she says she is : her daughter. And there are those who are suspicious. Then there are hidden truths, the family secrets, domestic abuse, people wearing masks. And the main crux of the story... Continue Reading →

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Interview with Curtis W Jackson 

I read a book, I reviewed a book and I posted it here Waiting for Regina  I loved the book, it was a thoughtful and a powerful story, written simply. So, I reached out to the author and asked him a few questions about Mispha and his journey with her... I present to you Curtis Jackson... ... Continue Reading →

Musings

I read a book, a book which was fiction but based on something which is a reality, sometimes evident, but most times hidden. Sometimes, we see it yet we pretend not to see it, and sometimes, the few bold humans take action against it, sometimes for themselves and sometimes for others.  This truth of life... Continue Reading →

Saint Vicky by Chester Betty

My review  I read a story and I went into its reality. I found myself surrounded by that reality. Then I met a scientist who made a machine which creates a new reality. Then I saw the people in that reality make a machine which makes another reality. So in which reality am I, the... Continue Reading →

Hemisphere(book1) by A. V. Osten

My review  I got the opportunity to read this book and I took a chance on it as I find myself liking sci-fi, futuristic kind of novels. I am still discovering myself...  Every human needs the personal freedom to be....  The premise of this book is futuristic, dystopian, post-apocalyptic, set in the year 2217, where... Continue Reading →

Imperfect justice by Cara Putman 

My review This book made me think, it didn't make me think about the story, but about the underlying reason for this story to be born. It's a romantic suspense with a bit of legal framework. But the basic plot rests on domestic violence, a violence that sometimes is obvious but most other times, it's... Continue Reading →

Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler 

My review  As a doctor myself, I found this story chilling and horrifying. Alex Taylor, an emergency room doctor, slowly wakes up to find herself naked and strapped onto the operation table with her legs in stirrups, and her private parts exposed. She is threatened with hints of rape and getting her lips stapled by... Continue Reading →

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