Book Review

When the Stars Whisper by Sarah Khatib

Sarah Khatib's When the Stars Whisper was good for showing how the decisions we make today do affect the lives of those around us; even the lives we fail to acknowledge or the lives that we think would be better off without us.

Cold Time: My Simulation Blunder by Shaan Changotra

Cold Time: My Simulation Blunder is a dystopian science fiction that takes place in a future where our world is suffering from global warming and climate change crisis and everyone needs a means to escape from this harsh truth. Shaan Changotra takes us on a voyage into a highly gloomy future, which will demonstrate to you the need and urgency of focusing on climate change in the present day and age.

And Her Story Began by Ayushi Raghuwanshi

In 'And Her Story Began', Ayushi Raghuwanshi has woven a refreshing, beautiful, and feel-good tale of loss, love, heartbreak, redemption, and hope. It is infused with indelible and touching moments. This book sure packs a punch.
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Tomorrow’s End by G R Morris

Tomorrow's End is a pretty straightforward page-turner that mixes old-fashioned space opera and noir storytelling, with an appropriate amount of political intrigue thrown in there, and some violence for good measure.

You Need PR by Jenna Guarneri

The way that people communicate has changed, and brands are struggling to keep up. In You Need PR, Jenna Guarneri starts out with a basis in traditional marketing theory, and then expands upon it to cover the competitive landscape in the modern age.

Lies Look Like Love by Bijaya Kumar Mishra

Lies Look Like Love is a mind-bending whirligig of a novel that is fiendishly smart and full of twists and turns. It's a hall of mirrors where everything, even the people who live there, is a distorted image of themselves.

The Deal in Akmud by Ekta Sinha

Imaginative writing, a memorable setting, a mystery that will keep you on your toes, and a village filled with unusual and unexplained things that is bound to have you pondering the story long after you put it down.
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The Forerunner Series by Jay Veloso Batista | Books 1-2-3

The Forerunner series has everything and more that I like in a good book: characters you can sink your teeth into, that are fully developed and multifaceted; romance; violence, but not without purpose; excellent pacing, with lots of twists and turns in the plot; drama, drama, and more drama; power struggles and intrigue.

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