I review all genres and I post them in 30 spots. Check out previous posts and I'm sure you'll find several books to catch your interest. I am a published reviewer and an award winning one. I am one of the best reviewers around.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

I Got Some Great News!!

I am so happy  to get this news. I strive to always do my best. 


Sunday, June 24, 2018

Levels To My Insanity UnMastered by Adrianne Mouton

     Pain and loss are a big part of the picture. How can you stop it? When you have many horrible things happening in your life, how do you cope? Is there a way to cope? 

     I found this book to be deeply troubling. If we have different levels of insanity, how do we combat it? The writing is good and the characters developed. It's a very deep subject and requires attention to stay on track. It gives us another way to look at the pain in our lives. The story line is an unusual one but a good one.

     I did find an issue. There seems to be places where a thought is incomplete or a sentence unfinished. Not sure if this was intentional or not but it makes for jumbled reading.

    I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because of the reason above.

A Boy from Bustina: A Son. A Survivor. A Witness. by Andrew Burian

     What happens when a young boy and his family are gathered up like fugitives?  Where will they go? What can they do? These are just a few questions you'll have when you start this book. What the family is put through is beyond inhumane.  

     I was really expecting a powerhouse book. It delivered and then some. The writing is superb and the "characters" are love-able and brave. This book will touch you deep in your soul. You will have all the feels with this book. Be prepared with tissues. I read a lot about the Holocaust and this book surpassed anything I could ever imagine. This book gives you the raw ugly truth of what was going on. This one should be on the top of your TBR pile.

     I found no issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it settled into my heart and soul. My heart aches and bleeds for these people.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

The Memory Tree (Carson Chronicles, #2) by John A. Heldt

     It's June 21, 1889 and the Carson clan are still trying to find their parents. It hasn't been easy for the Carson children. Together they decide where to look and when. Each has their opinion to add to the mix. The only hope they have are the letters their parents left for them. The children's full attention is focused on finding their parents and returning to Arizona.

     John A. Heldt does it again! This master story teller will bring you  a book you can't help but love. The characters are well defined and three dimensional. Their personalities are different yet the same. The writing is outstanding.  I highly recommend  this author and this book. You'll never be disappointed. 

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because this author has an amazing talent.