Book Review: Tae Sung’s Peculiar Life

Image Courtesy of Amazon Summary Tae Sung was a middle school student, whose best friend had the suffer under the wraths of the school bully. Nothing could stop the cruelty of this bully. Then, one day, Tae Sung discovered that he was able to connect with an injured snake as he showed it mercy from… Continue reading Book Review: Tae Sung’s Peculiar Life

Book Review: Kill & Cure

Image Courtesy of Amazon Summary Stich (David Stichell) was a chiropractor with an adoptive daughter. He developed liver disease and was in line to try out the new drug, Krenthol. His fiancé, Susan, was part of the pharmaceutical team that develop the “miracle” drug. Then, one day, he watched a mysterious killer murder her in… Continue reading Book Review: Kill & Cure

Book Review: Ethereal

Image Courtesy of Pothi Image Courtesy of Buchleser Summary This book is an anthology of 54 different writers from all over the world! I am pleased to an 18 year old writer from Toronto in this collection. Many different ages and writers from all walks of life has contributed to it. (There is one poem… Continue reading Book Review: Ethereal

Book Review: Ramona Cleans Her Room (Ramona The Cactus)

Summary Ramona was told to clean her room. Each time her mother or father reminded her to clean an area of her room, she would end up picking up something and her imagination took over. It appeared to her parents that she was playing with her toys. However, she was using her imagination to make… Continue reading Book Review: Ramona Cleans Her Room (Ramona The Cactus)

Book Review: Daring The Demigod

Image Courtesy of Goodreads Summary As the last surviving demigod born of a mortal and Zeus, Adonis was determined to hide from all of the Olympian nonsense. He despised the gods and goddesses. He would remember how he had to watch his mother succumb to her mortality. Hiding in the frozen Alaskan tundra was the… Continue reading Book Review: Daring The Demigod

Book Review: A Rather Inconvenient Corpse

Image Courtesy of A. G. Barnett Summary This nine chapter short story was situated in 1920’s England. A man was found murdered at a hotel. Mysterious identity swaps clouded the case. The investigators had to go around talking with the card players which made the situation more complicated. Conclusion A lot of detail was written… Continue reading Book Review: A Rather Inconvenient Corpse

Book Review: Ocean Academy Year One (Secrets Of The Past)

Image Courtesy of Amazon Summary Coral was an Octopod, who disliked her heritage as an Octopod. Octopods were at the bottom of the hierarchy of ocean beings. To the high born Nymphs, she and her mother were lowly Octopods who were meant to style their hair. Until one day, she discovered that she possessed some… Continue reading Book Review: Ocean Academy Year One (Secrets Of The Past)

Book Review: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

Summary In the Harry Potter world, this was a guide book that all the first years would have as one of their textbooks. This guidebook was about all the amazing beasts and creatures in the magical world of wizards and witches. Newt Scamander was a quiet wizard who wrote this textbook as he was extremely… Continue reading Book Review: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

Book Review: We Will Be Watching

Image Courtesy of Goodreads Summary Four colleagues were able to book a session at London’s supposedly hottest entertainment— Lord and Lady Remingtons’ Masked Ball escape room. There was a cancellation, so they were lucky. Or were they? Themes 1) workplace toxicity: Some of us had the experience of dealing with workplace toxicity. Perhaps these workplace… Continue reading Book Review: We Will Be Watching

Book Review: Factor-7

Thank you Mindbuck Media for sending me this copy of a soon-to-be-released copy of Factor-7 by J.D. May! Image Courtesy of Goodreads Summary Dr. Sam Hawkins was the head trauma surgeon at the hospital. One day, his colleague and friend died in his arms at the hospital from a mysterious and horrid infection, while mumbling… Continue reading Book Review: Factor-7