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The Gods Must Be Us By Author Dennis N. Clegg

“What’s more fascinating than sinking into the world of books?” 

I have been reading books of all genres lately and this is one of those great reads.

Blurb

Can a fiction novel help you embrace your inner god? 

What if you had the power to stop a tsunami in its tracks? Dennis N. Clegg, Ph.D., reveals in his new book, “The Gods Must Be Us,” how he participated in doing just that with the powerful tsunami that destructively hit Japan in 2011. When he heard the massive wave was plowing toward Hawaii, he applied information he had previously written about to make the energy of the tsunami relax and dissipate. 
Cleggs new book explores this idea that what we consider to be miracles can actually be everyday occurrences. Its a fictional, spiritual adventure novel based on the authors experience with a supernatural event and encourages readers to tap into their own core empowerment.
My Review:
The author has really turned fiction into a miracle and this book reflects the level of intimacy and the reader can comprehend the perception beyond the mind of the person carving this story. Although it took me a while, I am glad I read the book slow and steady. I received the copy for a unbiased review and I thoroughly recommend reading it if you are looking to rediscover the hidden unacceptable “You”.
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Hope you will enjoy reading as much as I did.

Stay tuned for the authors interview soon.

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Monster Squad: The Iron Golem by Christian Page

“What’s more fascinating than sinking into the world of books?” 

I have been reading books of all genres lately and this is one of those great reads.

Blurb:

Dark forces are converging on the sleepy town of Autumn’s Hallow. Monsters in the woods, mad scientists on the loose and sinister minions lurk. Four young friends must band together to uncover a secret plot that threatens them, the town they live in and the people they love. It’s up to Blaine Davis, Daschle Gaunt, Shelley Merry and Drake Harker, heirs to a fantastic collection of powers to stop an evil that threatens to consume the world. Can the Monster Squad thwart the evil Victor von Frankenstein in time? It will take friendship, courage and smarts to find out.

Book trailer posted on YouTube at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNouaKK10-s&index=1&list=LL_cUkX9wnY-cDJUumt8Fq3w

My Review:

This is one of the books that really got close to my heart somewhere down the lane these past few months. My nephew loved it and as an adult, I enjoyed reading Christian Page’s work. The articulation of characters and scenes is the driving force for the story to shape up so beautifully.  The story obviously has a monster that clearly reflects in the cover page itself; But, there is blend of humour and thrilling factor which keeps the readers engaged and definitely a page turner. I got this book as a gift from a friend and it turned out to be one of the most best in the genre I read.

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Hope you will enjoy reading as much as I did.

Stay tuned for the author’s interview soon.

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Mad Vs Aurelius by Author James Ayrford

“What’s more fascinating than sinking into the world of books?” I have been reading books of all genres lately and this is one of those great reads.

What’s the book about?

It is a philosophical fiction book titled Mad Reality vs Aurelius, that resembles Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Frederic Nietzsche. Like Nietzsche’s Zarathustra, protagonist fictitious travels and endeavours serve as a metaphoric vehicle to present and illustrate philosophical ideas such as subjectivity of reality that people experience in their daily life, influence of religion on the world and its anatomy, psychology of the masses and of love, possibility and requisites of happiness. It consists of two narratives: one follows endeavours of main protagonist Aurelius and the other describes major historical events of the world of Mad Reality. Most characters and events in actuality are an allegoric representations of the real world concepts and ideas, for example Maximus embodies Ancient Rome, its values and metaphysics.

The story is set in a magic and odd technology infused, somewhat bizarre and even gruesome, metaphoric world. It starts with Aurelius reflecting over the disappearance of a mysterious women named THD as well as over everything his life had been about so far. As the story progresses, not only details of their love affair and other events revealed, but also both surface and hidden reasons behind various events of his life and even those of a broader world that caused it all to turn out this way.

My review:

Well, James Ayrford has done it all in a compiled short read. The title is fantastic, grips your attention and brings on the curiosity in readers mind. As the pace continues, you tend to comprehend the whole essence of it, the mind behind a crafted piece. It is a masterpiece written in a compelling and thought-provoking manner about the influence of religion on people. If you are an avid reader of historic events, this is a must read.

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Thanks for reading 🙂

Stay tuned for the authors interview soon.

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The Frankston Serial Killer

The true crime story that details the analysis and investigation procedure in a accurate manner by Vikki Petraitis is amazing.

Although I was well aware that it actually happened and heavily sorry for the loss of those innocent women, living in places I knew being talked about is driving and compelling enough to be up for a grab. The book is a detailed description and intense analysis and finding the urge that drove Australia’s serial killer Paul Charles Denyer currently serving sentence for the three brutal murders.

I have shared the book link available on amazon if you want to pick it up.

AMAZON LINK AVAILABLE HERE

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Never have I read a 400+ pages book in a day.. This is just awesome piece of work.. intense, real and gripping tale..

I just can’t wait to see if one of the two missing girls (Piper and Tash) goes home for Christmas after being taken..

Have you read this book???

Don’t miss it..

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Kill me once

Well Readers,

I am finally done reading “kill me once” by Jon Osborne. i kind of had mixed feelings or Opinion is rather more profound and apt about the book..

Definitely a page-turner and will sure keep you on your toes.. Yet, the ending was very precise and predictable.. If you have read my earlier post on this book, you can relate to it.. In about few pages we get to know the Serial killer Nathan Stiedowe’s motive behind the killings and how he copies the previous notorious serial killers profiles and doings.. I did feel sorry for him for his dark past.. Nevertheless, its no point of going ahead and killing innocent people..

The FBI agent Dana Whitstone having lost her parents at the age of 4 has seen the killer and his piercing eyes when he brutally kills her parents..
It is about how close she is with the killer.. Does the killer know her too well or do they both think alike????

Although I didn’t want to continue reading because of the brutality in the way Nathan does his job, I couldn’t resist and finally I read it..

Have you read this book??

would love to know what you think..

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Review of “Tomorrow Wendell (White Dragon Black Book 1)” by Author R.M.Ridley

What’s more fascinating than sinking into a world of books?

“Tomorrow Wendell” is one of those books I got to read by R.M.Ridley recently.

My review:

Another fantastic piece of work in the Paranormal genre. This is the second book I got to read of this Genre and I am extremely happy about not skipping it. Apart from Alvey, I am sure the author has got a great level of magic in his writing. Articulation of the extreme characters of Opposite poles is thoroughly incredible. The theme is realistic and the “Magic” is apt for the process of Investigation in an attempt to save Wendell. Look forward to read the next in the series.

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“When the stranger came” Book Review

What’s more fascinating than sinking into a world of books?

“When the stranger came” is one of those books I got to read by John Meany.

My review goes like this:

A short novella about a teenager who unexpectedly finds himself in a situation of horror and fear. Definitely a page turner and the love between the German shepherd and the boy made the story even more beautiful and wanting to read. One of my favorite lines from the book I must quote, the time when I felt most connected with the book: “Murray had to stay cowered down in the corner and hope for a miracle”. This is one another awesome work by John Meany.

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Orenda Book Review

What’s more fascinating than sinking into a world of fantasy?

“Orenda” is one of the first books I got to read by Ruth Silver.

My review goes like this:

Well, I took long enough to read this book but I must say it is a great read, a very interesting and unusual tale. It is a fantasy world and the imagination along with the way the characters are portrayed leaves you to feel the connection and definitely, it is a page turner. I was given this book in exchange for a honest and fair review. Look forward to read next in the series.

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Dead Game by Susanne Leist

What’s more fascinating than sinking into a world of exciting ride?

“Dead Game” is one of the first books I got to read by Susanne Leist.

My review goes like this:

Definitely a page turner, a story that is a bundle of suspense, fantasy and curiosity. Linda, the protagonist has a unique character and sense of perception that keeps the story more intriguing. There is a pinch of romance added to the story and I thoroughly loved the book. The author has written so beautifully. Look forward to read more by her. I got this book in exchange for a honest and fair review.

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