The Price of Rebellion | Critical Book Review

In an America plagued by corruption, Michael C. Bland’s sci-fi thriller, The Price of Rebellion, serves up a disquieting narrative that explores the consequences of societal complacency in the face of authoritarian power. Unveiling a Dystopian Dilemma Bland introduces us to Dray Quintero, a fugitive evading The Agency, formerly the NSA. Alongside his rebel comrades,…

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A Feral Chorus | Critical Book Review

A Feral Chorus by Matthew J. White promises a laugh-out-loud journey through the life of a man who swears he’s never wrong. Spoiler alert: he is, and the resulting escapades make for an entertaining, albeit flawed, narrative. The Grand Potential, The Trial Separation Guy Hastings, a law-school dropout turned mediocre car salesman, believes he’s on…

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Finding God in Hollywood | Critical Book Review

Nathan Clarkson’s “Finding God in Hollywood” beckons readers into a compelling exploration of Christianity within the glamorous yet tumultuous world of show business. Susan E. Morris provides an engaging review that peels back the layers of this indie memoir. A Glimpse Behind the Silver Screen Whether you’re an aspiring actor yearning for the spotlight or…

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Jayne and the Average North Dakotan | Critical Book Review

Equal parts sweet and sarcastic, Chandler Myer’s Jayne and the Average North Dakotan presents a humorous tale of self-discovery. Erica Ball shares her insights in this review of the Atmosphere Press novel. Unveiling the Journey Jayne and the Average North Dakotan unfolds the story of Randy, a buttoned-up accountant in his thirties, on a quest…

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Interstellar Sex Wars and the Blind Detective | Critical Book Review

Shawn Adair Johnston’s latest installment in the Blind Detective series, “Interstellar Sex Wars and the Blind Detective,” catapults readers into a riveting tale set in a futuristic world teeming with discovery and humanity. Johnston seamlessly blends elements of science fiction and mystery, weaving a narrative that extends beyond our solar system, introducing a diverse array…

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Adventures in Gameworld: Game Start | Critical Book Review

In Adventures in Gameworld: Game Start by Robert Rumery, the convergence of video games and reality creates a thrilling virtual escapade. Melissa Suggitt’s review delves into this indie young adult fantasy, promising an exhilarating journey for readers. A Jumanji-Inspired Adventure Adventures in Gameworld: Game Start plunges readers into an enthralling narrative where the virtual realm…

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Love Queen | Critical Book Review

Love Queen by Mireille Parker is a rollercoaster memoir chronicling the life of a thirty-something life coach on a quest to discover her true passion. While the narrative unfolds against a backdrop of cancer and divorce, Tucker Lieberman offers a critical perspective on Parker’s journey of love, career, and self-discovery. Unfiltered Journey Through Turbulent Relationships…

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An Eighth Grade Gay-Straight Alliance | Critical Book Review

A Collision with Bigotry: Unraveling the Threads of Harm In Daniel Micko’s An Eighth Grade Gay-Straight Alliance, readers are thrust into the tumultuous world of radicalized bigotry through the lens of middle school students attempting to forge their own path. The story delves into the intricate complexities of a society that appears to penalize both…

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Lilah Loves Life | Critical Book Review

In Brian Sullivan’s “Lilah Loves Life,” the mundane transforms into a canvas of endless possibilities. The main character, Lilah, embraces each day with unbridled enthusiasm, turning ordinary moments into extraordinary adventures. A Day of Boundless Potential Lilah, the pint-sized protagonist, embarks on a journey of joy and discovery, guided by grand aspirations for her day.…

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A Plan to Save the Planet | Critical Book Review

In A Plan to Save the Planet, Glenn Weinreb, the mastermind behind the Manhattan 2 Project, lays out a pragmatic blueprint for steering clear of humanity’s impending extinction. This indie science book, dissected by Toni Woodruff, offers a reality check on the severity of our environmental crisis. No Capes, Just Solutions Weinreb’s mission isn’t about…

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