Book Review

The Final Days of Doggerland by Mike Meier

The Final Days of Doggerland will transport you back to a time before automobiles and computers, before women's rights and civil rights, and into a fascinating realm of what the world may have been like before the modern age.

The Unproposed Guy by Bhavik Sarkhedi

The Unproposed Guy focuses on more than just love and affection. This is a journey of self-discovery, loss, forgiveness, and trusting others, as well as the bonds of friendship, and it will tear your heart, but the hopeful, heart-warming, and beautiful conclusion will help you mend it.

The Casebook of Qing and Xmucane by B E L Coulson

The Casebook of Qing and Xmucane is an outstanding example of the classic whodunit genre; it is very well written and has an original setting, in addition to a cast of memorable characters.

Kaleidoscopic Shades: Within Black Eternity by David Neuman

Kaleidoscopic Shades is a spine-tinglingly horrific tale, yet it has absolutely nothing to do with creatures that go bump in the night. It's the weird panic you get when strange dreams start making you feel frightened.
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ARKO: The Cosmic Order by U W Leo

The latest offering by U.W. Leo, "Arko: The Cosmic Order", is an action-packed, intricately designed escapade that is chock-full of unique twists of plot and unexpected revelations. This exciting second book in the science fiction adventure series focuses on topics such as genetic engineering, the development of advanced technology

ARKO: The Dark Union by U W Leo

"ARKO: The Dark Union by U.W. Leo" is a fascinating new beginning to a science fiction series about a band of tweens who are on a mission to save the human race and uncover the most significant discovery in the history of mankind.

Santiago by Eduardo Ríos

"Santiago: Chronicles of a Young Traveler" recounts the physical and emotional journey of 26-year-old Santiago from New York to Lisbon, Paris to Sarajevo, and Istanbul to Bali; from doubts, fears, and a shattered spirit to self-insight and courage.

Wake Up the Night by Kenneth Silver

The short stories in Wake Up the Night by Kenneth Silver are calm and thoughtful, yet they deal with heavy topics like human nature and its violent tendencies.
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Chronicles of the Lost Daughters by Debarati Mukhopadhyay

Chronicles of the Lost Daughters, which was originally written in Bengali as "Narach" and has since become a best-selling book, vividly depicts the magnificence and depravity of Bengal during the late nineteenth century under British colonial rule.

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