Tag Archive: book review

Jun 07

PARTY GIRLS DIE IN PEARLS: IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, SHE CRIED MORE, MORE MORE!

PLUM SYKES TOTALLY CAPTURES THE 1980’S IN HER ENLIGHTENING, ENTERTAINING PARTY GIRLS DIE IN PEARLS— Delicious, delightful, fanciful, intriguing, everything a woman of any age deserves to read. Finally a lighthearted book filled with a writer’s strong voice that pulls readers in, entertaining our very souls throughout this creative mystery adventure. I loved reading Party …

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May 26

DON’T SETTLE FOR SAFE:EMBRACE THE UNCOMFORTABLE AND EMBRACE THE UNSTOPPABLE!

DON’T SETTLE FOR SAFE BY SARAH JAKES ROBERTS—EMBRACE THE UNCOMFORTABLE AND BECOME UNSTOPPABLE! Don’t settle for safe is an excellent primer on how to change your life for the better. Sarah Jakes Roberts educates people willing to slow down and listen on how to make life better. Jakes does this through working hard, believing in …

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May 25

EVERY WILD HEART NEEDS MORE ACTION, PERHAPS MORE DRAMA TO CREATE A GREAT READ!

EVERY WILD HEART BY MEG DONOHUE—OVER-EXPLANATORY— Every Wild Heart started out so well and contained so much promise inside it’s pages, I truly thought Wild Heart would be a sensational read. I was wrong. THE first two chapters were rivetingly wonderful. They bring readers into the story and then this thing happens, where the proverbial …

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May 17

DRAIN THE SWAMP: Politicians on Both Sides of Aisle Only Out For Themselves!

DRAIN THE SWAMP BY KEN BUCK IS A SCARY BOOK! If you are a true believer in government is a good thing, you will not want to read Drain The Swamp. If you are a reasonable, sane, thinking person you will want to read Drain The Swamp because what Congressman Ken Buck says in his …

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May 16

SINGLE MINDED:PERHAPS THE BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR

SINGLE MINDED BY LISA DAILY—-What Can I say? This Can Happen to Any Woman— LISA DAILY HAS A BESTSELLING BOOK ON HER HANDS, OR IS THAT IN YOUR HANDS? Single Minded is everything readers want in one book; humor, interest, a different take on an old story, and fun. Alex has been married to the …

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May 03

FALL IN LOVE ALL OVER AGAIN WITH STARS OVER CLEAR LAKE

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STARS OVER CLEAR LAKE BY LORETTA ELLSWORTH—IMPRESSIVE READ! Loretta Ellsworth had me at “I haven’t been inside this place in fifty years.” I fell in love with Stars Over Clear Lake right away. It’s just that kind of book. It’s not a complicated story(Oh thank God, for small favors.) It’s a story that starts out …

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May 02

NEVERTHELESS:ALEC BALDWIN WROTE A MEANINGFUL, ARTICULATE, WELL WRITTEN BOOK?

NEVERTHELESS BY ALEC BALDWIN—It’s as if Alec Baldwin is in the room talking to you! Never, ever would I have thought that Alec Baldwin could write a book so intense, meaningful, well written, articulate, entertaining, and interesting. But he did. Nevertheless contains Alec Baldwin’s life story, starting with his childhood and how his mother was …

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Apr 28

THE FOUNDLING:INTENSE REAL LIFE STORY OF A KIDNAPPING, LOVE AND FINDING THE TRUTH

THE FOUNDLING BY PAUL J. FRONCZAK—INTENSE REAL LIFE STORY OF A CHILD LOST AND A CHILD FOUND— OMG! The Foundling is intense, scary, incredible, real life drama involving what turns out to be three two year old kids. But I can’t tell you how I know that, because I am not an ending spoiler. Paul …

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Apr 27

SHATTERED: An Inside Look Into Why Hillary Clinton Lost the 2016 Presidential Election

SHATTERED:INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S DOOMED CAMPAIGN BY JONATHAN ALLEN AND AMIE PARNES— Shattered literally takes readers into Hillary Clinton’s behind the scenes world of plotting, planning an unsuccessful bid for the White House in 2016. It truly seems as if the two writers were in the middle of the campaign working alongside Aberdin and many other …

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Apr 26

I SEE YOU: A Little Far-Fetched, but Definitely Worth Your Time!

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I SEE YOU WRITTEN BY CLAIRE MACKINTOSH—A Good, Slow Mystery To Enjoy I See You starts out slowly, but gets better as you go along. I truly enjoyed reading Claire Mackintosh’s creation because she does not hit readers over the head with blood and gore, but slowly unravels an in-depth, thick as thieves kind of …

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