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Book Review: Auto by David Wailing – 5*

Auto gives a thrilling and fascinating insight into the gadget driven, networking world that we are building, where humans no longer communicate with each other, but to each other through their automated devices. This is a world where all our … Continue reading

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Check out Debdatta Dasgupta Sahay’s review of Secrets From The Dust

When a friend referred this novel to me, I promptly added it to my TBR list and the author was kind enough to send me a free copy for review purpose. Since this particular friend of mine doesn’t recommend books … Continue reading

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Book Review: I don’t wish nobody to have a life like mine – by David Chura 5*

I don’t wish nobody to have a life like mine (Tales of kids in adult lockup) This is a non-fiction book, but many of David Chura’s stories about life on the inside of a detention centre for the juveniles that … Continue reading

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Ebook Review: A Storm Hits Valparaiso by David Gaughran 5/5*

Once I started this book, I just wanted to be left in peace to finish it, and everything else—including preparing Sunday dinner—became an annoying distraction. We have all heard of Simón Bolívar, a leader in the struggle to free Hispanic-America, … Continue reading

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George Hamilton’s Book Review – Malaika by Van Heerling 4/5*

Malaika is a wonderful short story about an American searching to find the answers to questions in his life by seeking solitude in the African Serengeti. He is befriended by a lioness, with whom he is able to communicate by … Continue reading

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George Hamilton’s Book Review – Death of a Serpent by Susan Russo Anderson 4/5*

With finely written prose rich in historical imagery, sound and other sense details of 1800s Sicily, Death of a Serpent was reminiscent of The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon for this reader. Recently widowed Serafina is a determined sleuth, adept at … Continue reading

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Review of Pearl S. Buck’s The Good Earth 4/5*

I love novels that help me to experience a new culture, and the Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck took me on a thoroughly entertaining journey through early 20th-c China. We follow the lives of the hardworking but poor farmer … Continue reading

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