Category: Book Reviews

Death By Association by Madona skaff-Koren – a Book Review

Naya is trying to find her way. When the Multiple Sclerosis struck, Naya almost lost herself. Thankfully, she has gotten some of her old drive back. She finds solace working out in the gym, trying to keep her mind and her body focused on…

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes By Suzanne Collins – A Book Review

Coriolanus Snow lives from moment to moment. Living with his Grandmother and his cousin Tigris. Though they give the impression of grandeur, they are a stone throw away from ruin. However, Coriolanus has been tasked with being a mentor in the tenth Hunger Games….

Blossoms and Bones by Kim Krans – A Book Review

In Blossoms and Bones, Kim Krans takes you on a journey. It begins simply enough. Krans has taken refuge from herself in an ashram for thirty days. During those thirty days, she has the urge to “draw the feeling”. Every day for thirty days,…

A Postcard from Italy by Alex Brown – A Book Review

Grace Quinn has lost herself. After she finds her fiancée sleeping with another woman in their bed two, her world comes apart. She has become the caregiver for her controlling and demanding mother, Cora. Bedridden, Cora rules the house with an iron fist. Lost…

Of Echoes Born by ‘Nathan Burgoine – A Book Review

There is colour all around us. Reds can mean many things, such as the outpouring of emotion. Yellows can mean contentment and browns can represent the growth of something within us. Colour can symbolize many things, but sometimes that colour is just an echo,…

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