BOOK REVIEW “Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker

BOOK REVIEW “Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker

“Luke Coles and the Forest Assassin” by Josh Walker is the second book of the series “Luke Coles”. The first book (“Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé”) was an amazing book, an introduction to the characters full of action and paranormal creatures. The second book even exceeds it. The plot already starts with a…

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BOOK REVIEW “That Horrible Child” by Kylie Abecca

BOOK REVIEW “That Horrible Child” by Kylie Abecca

This book is a very special one. Little Kylie has a very enigmatic vision of the world. A little girl who, from an adult’s perspective, is always messing up, but from her kind heart, she only tries to solve situations, rescue animals and save babies. This book is composed of several chapters, each one telling…

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BOOK REVIEW – “Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé” by Josh Walker

BOOK REVIEW – “Luke Coles and the Flower of Chiloé” by Josh Walker

  This book is a fantastic piece. It mixes adventure, paranormal and humor. The protagonist, Luke, is such an intricate character with many faces, who on one hand tries to forget and struggles with a daily life full of sarcasm and flirting, and on the other deals with paranormal creatures he tracks and destroy. A…

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BOOK REVIEW “China” by Raymond C. Nelson

BOOK REVIEW “China” by Raymond C. Nelson

“China” by Raymond C. Nelson is a general sight of the history of China. The author starts with a timeline of the Ancient China and its Imperial Dynasties, with an initial pre historic point. Then, we find the Xia and Shang Dynasties, the Western Zhou to the Qing Dynasty and the related end of the dynastic…

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BOOK REVIEW “Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo

BOOK REVIEW “Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo

“Conspiracies” by Alex Monaldo is a little tour through the big mysteries of secret people ruling the world. From The New World Order and its theory of the End Time in the Holy Bible to the Freemasons to who they might be connected with, and its involvement on the foundation of the USA. Also the…

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BOOK REVIEW “American History: US History” by William D. Willis

BOOK REVIEW “American History: US History” by William D. Willis

“American History: US History” by William D. Willis This book is a vast and detailed summary of the History of North America, starting by the Native to the current political parties. Willis starts introducing how Christopher Columbus got the continent, his struggles, internal battles, mistakes and success. How with his Pinta, Niña and Santa María…

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BOOK REVIEW “Domain” by Mike Baron

BOOK REVIEW “Domain” by Mike Baron

“Domain” by Mike Baron is a thriller, a horror plot around a character running away from his close past and ghosts, who finds himself in a spiral of darkness, obscure secrets and paranormal nightmares. Kendall is an artist, drawing comics for an important company. He wants to move on from his situation and decide to…

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BOOK REVIEW “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart

BOOK REVIEW  “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart

  “Aviation: History of Aviation” by Henry Stewart is a quick walk through the human desire of flying. Stewart starts with some mythological tales like Daedalus and his son named Icarus and Pegasus. Then we find the first steps of humanity with actual flying devices, reminding that the first modern airplane was developed in 1910….

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BOOK REVIEW “Hitler: Nazi History” by Steven W. Gephart

BOOK REVIEW “Hitler: Nazi History” by Steven W. Gephart

Hitler: Nazi History by Steven W. Gephart is a great narration of the events occurred during the WWI and II and afterward (Nazism and Germanism) in Germany and background (other countries involved in the war). The book starts with a short biography of Adolf Hitler, born in Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary on the 20th of…

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BOOK REVIEW – “Falling Grace” by Kunwar Nitin

BOOK REVIEW – “Falling Grace” by Kunwar Nitin

“Falling Grace” by Kunwar Nitin is a very special book, difficult to sort. It’s a novel, a manifest, the shadow of a thriller brushed with philosophical wisdom. “It falls when you love. It falls when you force” is the thread. A piece quick to read, easy to the eyes, sweet to sweep along with. The…

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