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Mathew and the Highland Rescue - Book Review

A stimulating adventure! Sabine Muir has written a wonderful children's story that can be read many, many times. This is a time-travel, Christian fantasy novel that reminds me a little bit of one of my favorite childhood books, 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'.

Touch Me and See - A Ghost Doesn't Have Flesh and Bones, As You See I Have

For you who have little faith will reap your own meager rewards. Swirling in a galloping eddy, the vaporous horse will bring about a remarkable voice of redemption in the wily Hampstead steed. For only a blind man would look for confirmation with the flaccid string of a flat, tightly knit, flight bo

The Bride of Casa Dracula - Vampire Novel

Milagro De Los Santos and Oswald Grant are planning for their upcoming wedding. Because Oswald wants everything to go well with the Vampire Council, Milagro reluctantly agrees to their demands - no physical relations with her fiancee until the wedding and participation in a secret wedding ritual.

Winston of Churchill by Jean Davies Okimoto

Winston of Churchill was the 2008 winner of the Green Earth Book Award and after reading this book, I can see why. Winston of Churchill: One Bear's Battle Against Global Warming is a wonderful picture book that addresses the serious issue of global warming.

Without Any Gain

Illegal trade may thrive and economy may shrink. Country may be pushed back by many years and sink. Whole burden may pass on to already poor and downtrodden. May take years of hard work and pain to cope up even.

The Lessons I Learned From 'Think and Grow Rich' By Napoleon Hill

Although originally published in 1937, this amazing book still holds its own amongst the many books available that discuss the psychology of wealth and investing. The way it is written discusses clearly, using examples and case studies, what you need to do in order to succeed at whatever it is you w

Project Enoch 2012: Long Lost Bible Secrets Uncovered

What is Project Enoch? Well, Project Enoch 2012 takes its name from the writings attributed to the Old Testament patriarch named Enoch. Enoch was the father of Methuselah and the great-grandfather of Noah. His writings are no longer included in the Bible, but they are still extant in the Apocrypha,

Molon Labe - 'The Revolution Begins' by G.S. Kyle

A fictionalized account of a future American Revolution. The conflict is sparked when the U.S. Government invites United Nations troops to help with a nation wide gun confiscation plan.

Prophecy in Farm Yard Flesh Part 4

"Unnatural perversions such as the world had never known before. Some of the sheep actually followed him away some were lost, some again found; the farmer had to pay His life's savings for each sheep gone astray quite a debt to have to pay. But still he kept the snake on.

Dad's Quiet

I want to tell a story, but I need a beginning. All great stories have a beginning. This story involves drama.

Joy Has Become My Joy And We Have Found A Way to Meet Death at Its Own Doorstep

I touch the cold blurry glass; She adds a green flourish To our flowerbed; if only we could Touch. Her arms open wide, thorns Tinted red, blood dripping From what looks like two arms Of a cross. She waits in soil, Petals soft, And droplets of rain upon her Green rolled up leaves; I die for her; she&

Honest Review of Honest Riches by Holly Mann

Honest Riches is a surprising title for a book and clearly indicates that the author has some criticisms of the Internet scene and some of the Internet Marketing books available. So have I and I ...

Thinking Fast And Slow - Book Review

Have you ever thought about thinking? Daniel Kahneman has done a great deal of thinking about how we think and the result is a seminal work into the interconnections between a snap judgment and one where we take the time to look at it from all sides.

Emily Dickinson Famous Poems

Emily Dickinson's famous poems have inspired and captivated readers since their publication in 1890, four years after her death. Only four of the 1,800 poems of Dickinson were printed during her lifetime, and those were printed anonymously.

Lucy Come Home - A Novel

Wow! The threads of storytelling are expertly woven in this work of fiction by the Jackson's. Dave and Neta Jackson keep the readers spellbound throughout the book by using flashbacks with their main character named Lucy. Lucy was raised in a family who eked out a living working at migrant farm

Top Indian Novels That Are a Must Read

Gone are the days when you wait eagerly for a foreign author to release their next literary work of art. Indian authors have always been good at literature albeit with limited exposure to the global market.

I Am Not

Confused, diffused is your conscious state. Lacking mental weight to see my conscious face. Consciously I am nothing what you chose for me. But what I chose to see is my own individuality...