Thursday, 22 October 2015

Book Review: S. Vagus: Kasmah Forma

Kasmah Forma: Volume 1


























Author:  S. Vagus
Title: kasmah forma 
Genre:  science fiction and fantasy, fantasy, epic,

Synopsis:
 Kasmah
A series written for those who enjoy discovering a world,
its mythos, characters, and story threads both big and small,
come together over multiple books. 
Forma
In the scorched lands of the Maharaan lives a dark-skinned girl soon to become a woman.
Capable and strong, confident and caring;
all she has known is peace, all she has known is purpose.
All she will bring:
Death.
On the icy plains, beyond the Gadori forests, lies a dead boy.
Forgotten by the world and himself,
he is about to be given the hardest challenge of all:
Life.
In the center of Kasmah one sits above all, the Integra Divinitas.
Beyond the trappings of the common, bound to mankind by responsibility.
A burden that, should any Divinitas fail, could bring the worst fate of all:
Chaos.
All promises must be fulfilled.
For Kasmah... will grow.


Review: Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. This book was sent to me for review. l want to thank the author for sending me this book to review for them and it is a long book at over 600 pages but l found it a good book and it was a great read and l found it hard to put it down once l started reading it and l entered it won this book but l did not win it but l got a message asking if l wanted to read it and got a copy for a honest review and l would read this book again and l would recommend this book to my friends and family and l am glad this book is in my library and it is a must have on your book shelf  



About the author: S. Vagus: Born in Jakarta, Indonesia; educated by the British, and whose formative years were spent being a lanky white kid in Asia. Possesses a weakness for dogs and fails spectacularly at small talk. This author is very nice



Edition: Hardback, Paperback and  Kindle

Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars



Sunday, 18 October 2015

Book Review: Greg Johnson: Beyond The Red Mountains

Beyond the Red Mountains (Morgan James Fiction)


























Author:  Greg Johnston
                
Title:  Beyond The Red Mountains

Genre:  Fiction, Adventure Stories and Action, Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction and fantasy, Coming of Age, Fantasy, Epic, Contemporary,

Synopsis: Kelvin and Elizabeth grew up in different places, both taught that they were the only people to survive the Dark Days—but they start to question this when they begin to hear strange tales that suggest otherwise. When fate brings them together it creates more questions than answers…Will Kelvin get enough answers in time to help free his home from the evil man who rules it?  He hopes that following his ancient map to the last resting place of the mysterious fourth Founder of Triopolis will reveal the information he seeks.When an accident forces Elizabeth to flee with Kelvin, they are set on a path that will lead him home.  During their journey, they will discover an ancient race of people who have unbelievable powers over the natural world—and they learn how to fight off the evil that threatens their world.

 Review: Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. l have fall in love with this book and l am sad l have finished reading it and l would read it again and still have the same view on the story and it was hard to put down once l started reading it and l would love to read more of this storyline and more from this author.l was sad to read that kelvin's best friend and business partner Henry died and his father was murdered and l was glad to read that kelvin's dad did not blame him for his brother death that his mind was being controlled by this evil man the bishop and l was glad to read that Luther helped Elizabeth and kelvin after they helped him. 
  
About the author: Greg Johnson is a graduate of Michigan State University and works in sales. He was inspired to write by watching his young stepson make the transition from a boy to a young adult. As his stepson asked questions, experienced new emotions, and began to develop stronger relationships with friends, Greg thought a story would be a good supplement to the lessons he and his wife were already teaching. The story became Beyond the Red Mountains. Greg lives in Chicago with his wife Jean, stepson Brice and their cat Leo. This author is very nice


Edition: Paperback and Kindle


Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars

Friday, 9 October 2015

Book Review: Nick Mackie: Chester and the Eggie Boo

Chester and the Eggie Boo


























Author: Nick Mackie 
                
Title: Chester and the Eggie Boo

Genre: Children's books, Fiction, Bedtime and Dreams, Yound Adult,

Synopsis: All aboard! Choo - Choo, Eggie Boo! A beautifully illustrated children's picture book by Nick Mackie Chester lives in an old railway station that has been converted into a seaside cafĂ© and home. When playing with his toys Chester dreams of a past when real trains stopped at the station. The magic machine in Chester's bedroom is the portal into the fantastical land of Eggie Boo. Its special tickets transform the old station into a magical railway, with a mysterious train, and eccentric passengers


Review: Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. l won this book on goodreads as part of first read giveaway and l was lucky enough it win it and l really enjoyed reading this book



About the author: Nick Mackie is an award-winning animator, director and illustrator.As a creative he has worked for many years in the animation industry at studios such as the Oscar winning Aardman Animations, 4:2:2 and Picasso Pictures.Nick has won a BBC Talent award for animation, a Royal Television Society award, been in competition at Annecy, Edinburgh, Portland, London and numerous other international film festivals. He once even won the funniest film in Belgium award!He has also illustrated & written two pre-school children's books and contributed to others.Nick is presently working on 'Bob Soup' an exciting new book and writing an Edwardian crime thriller while also thinking about stories for the next Eggie Boo book Nick lives in the sunny South West of England with his musician wife, their young son, and naughty border terrier. This author is very nice.


 Edition: Hardback


Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars

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Book Review: J.C Colarrusso: Short Tales of a Long Doggie: Buddy Takes a Walk

Short Tales of a Long Doggie: Buddy Takes a Walk



























Author: J.C . Colarrusso
                
Title: Short Tales of a Long Doggie Buddy Takes a Walk

Genre: Children's Books, Fiction, Young Adult, Literature and Fiction, General, 

Synopsis: Buddy the dachshund lives in a not-so-mythical place called Florida- a place where the sun always shines and everyone is always happy. Buddy, being a typical dachshund is a determined, funny, happy little guy who loves to explore. Every day brings a chance to meet new, exotic friends and see wonderful new places Today Buddy has decided that he is bored and wants to explore his neighbourhood, but to communicate those needs with his human parents is not always easy. See how he works to get his point across and watch his joy as he starts his adventure. "Short Tales" is a delightful way to teach your children the respect for animals big and small, and give them insight into the mind of our furry friends of the animal kingdom. They will learn that every day can be the start of a new friendship, and a new adventure


Review: Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. l won this book on goodreads as part of first read giveaway and l was lucky enough it win it and l really enjoyed reading this book and l 




Edition: Hardback and Paperback and Kindle


star rating:   5 out of 5 stars

Book Review: Ruth Coates Diamond: Cheese and Quackers

Cheese & Quackers



























Author: Ruth Coates Diamond
                
Title: Cheese and Quackers

Genre: Biography, Children's and Young Adult, Children's Books, Fiction, Animals 


Synopsis: Mari can't do anything. She is so depressed and feeling sorry for herself after her tragic accident. All she wants to do is sit by the window in her wheelchair and watch the other children playing outside. Her favorite saying is "I can't do anything." All of this changes when she meets an amazing and special little duck who teaches her a very important lesson. What is it that makes this duck so amazing and special and what lesson can Mari possibly learn from a silly little duck? This book was written for anyone who feels worthless, helpless, or hopeless due to any type of disability. It was written to build up anyone needing a little inspiration and encouragement

Review: Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. l won this book on goodreads as part of first read giveaway and l was lucky enough it win it and l really enjoyed reading this book This book is about a girl dealing with her disability and keeping a positive outlook and Mari lost her legs in a horrible accident and she is learning to overcome her accident and she has the support of her loving family and l loved reading this book and it is a must have on your bookshelf




Edition: Paperback


Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars


Saturday, 26 September 2015

Book Review: Vitor Rodrigues: Invasion Of The Earthmen

Invasion of the Earthmen























 



Author:  Vitor Rodrigues


Title:  Invasion of the earthmen


Genre:  fiction, contemporary fiction, metaphysical and visionary, science fiction, contemporary, science fiction and fantasy, romance,


Synopsis: Henry Livingstone is met by intelligence agents and recruited for a humanitarian mission into space exploration, or so he is told. His transpersonal skills have qualified him for the job and he is happy to help... until he meets Gael that is, the Welcoming Coordinator from the Planet Ixnor. Livingstone soon discovers that "space travel" is not the only agenda Star 1 has onboard and along with an arsenal of nuclear warheads the earthmen set about pillaging Ixnor's natural resources. What the earthmen do not know is that the Ixnorians have long since transcended war and crime and that Livingstone, the only one capable of returning Star 1 to earth, is secretly falling in love with Gael. Will Livingstone's loyalty to earth remain intact or will his love for Gael save the planet Ixnor from an imminent Invasion of the Earthmen? Vitor Rodrigues' epic novel "Invasion of the Earthmen" is a science fiction adventure into the areas of space travel, translocation and personal transformation. Every idea, plot, dialogue and character has been written from someone who knows what it means to experience enlightenment and is willing to share his wisdom and his passion for humanity with the reader. About the author: Vitor Rodrigues is a psychologist and psychotherapist and lives in Portugal with his beautiful wife and 9-year-old daughter. Vitor graduated with a PhD in Educational Psychology and has taught Educational and Developmental Psychology at the Universities of Lisbon, Evora and Algarve. He was the President of the European Transpersonal Association (EUROTAS) and is the author of 10 books including, "General Theory of Human Stupidity", "The Heroic Consumer" and others. Confident leading workshops, developing courses and teaching in the fields of hypnosis, regression therapy, meditation, transpersonal psychology and parapsychology, Vitor is well known and appreciated by all who come into contact with him.

Review:  Really good book and it was easy to get into and l highly recommended this book to anybody and I was sent this book for review and l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it's good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you don't read books like this and it was a real enjoyable storyline. This book was sent to me for review and l found it hard to put down once l started reading it.

Edition: kindle and paperback


Star rating:   5 out of 5 stars