Book Review: The Forgotten

The Forgotten

by Linda Style

Season Publishing

Mystery & Thrillers , Romance

Pub Date 31 Oct 2017

I am reviewing a copy of The Forgotten Through Season Publishing and Netgalley:

Logan Wakefield is a security specialist who rushes from his covert job abroad to a Chicago hospital to see his daughter who was injured. As he watches his ex-wife by his daughter side he finds that feelings that he had buried long ago resurface.

Dana is upset when she learns her seven year old daughter suffers from amnesia after the accident and only remembers her Father no one else in her family, not even her Mother.

Dana Marlowe Wakefield has two priorities her daughter and her career as an attorney. She is not going to tell her ex-husband about the threats on her life not when she worked so hard towards becoming the Cook County State Attorney. If he knew he’d insist on helping which would lead to spending time with the man who was once the love of her life.

Linda Style has written an engrossing Novel that was hard to put down.

I give The Forgotten five out of five stars!

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Book Review: The House On Foster Hill

The House on Foster Hill


Bethany House

Bethany House Publishers

Christian , Mystery & Thrillers

Pub Date 21 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of The House On Foster Hill through Bethany House Publishers and Netgalley:

Kaine Prescott is no stranger to death, after her husbands death two years prior she asks for a murder investigation but it’s not granted. Eventually she buys an old house without even seeing it first. The house is in her Grandfather’s hometown. Some say the House On Foster Hill is haunted regardless it is in bad shape. After one look at the place leaves Kaine wondering if she made a mistake.

Two women had been found at Foster Ivy was one of those women she had been left for dead. A child goes missing and is never found? What other secrets does Foster Hill hold?

A century early the house held nothing but dark painful memories, and secrets Ivy would rather forget. When Ivy discovers an unidentified woman on the property which will lead her into dangerous waters and dark secrets? Will Ivy be able to find out who this woman was with the help from her past, or will she become another victim? Find out in The House On Foster Hill.

Five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Wild Embers

Wild Embers

by Nikita Gill

Hachette Books


Pub Date 14 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Wild Embers through Hachette Books and Netgalley:

Wild Embers is a collection of poetry dealing with everything from womanhood, to mental illness. This book deals with everything from trauma to broken hearts.

Wild Embers is a powerful collection of poetry, dealing with the tougher times in life.

I give Wild Embers five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Grace Ann’s Sings

Grace Anna Sings

A story of hope through a little girl with a big voice

by Angela Ray Rodgers

Broadstreet Publishing Group LLC

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Broadstreet Publishing Group, LLC

Christian , Parenting & Families

Pub Date 01 Nov 2017

I am beyond excited to be reviewing a copy of Grace Anna Sings through Broadstreet Publishers and there partnership with Netgalley:

For a few years now I have been following Grace Anna’s stories, her personality, her Charisma, her determination and her faith all shine through.

From the beginning Grace Anna proved to be a little warrior. She has endured surgeries, and health scares but through it all her Families Faith and her fighting Spirit would prove to be the strength they needed.

At sixteen month Grace Anna who then could barely say a three word sentence began signing, because her Mom had often sang to her when she needed comfort.

Music helped Grace Anna through pain, she learned to sing songs by Mercy Me and Natalie Grant.

Grace Anna became so popular, her determined spirit inspiring many that she was soon invited to Katie with Katie Couric.

Venues such as Facebook proved to help bring awareness to Grace Anna’s condition Conradi-Hunnermann syndrome a rare form dwarfism, but some took advantage of this, and some were cruel.

Thank you Angela Ray Rodgers for sharing your little girl with the world, she has inspired so many, myself included.

Five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Henry: A Polish Swimmers True Story Of Friendship from Auschwitz to America

Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship From Auschwitz to America

by Katrina Shawver

Koehler Books

Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members’ Titles

Biographies & Memoirs , History

Pub Date 01 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story Of Friendship From Auschwitz to America from Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) and Netgalley:

This book only came to Fruition through multiple first person interviews that were recorded from November 2002-2003 with Henry Zguda. English was his fifth language

Henry Zguda was a polish swimmer who survived three years in Auschwitz and Buchenwald during World War Two But he survived and went on to live the American dream.

Henry was catholic and had been accused to listening to the BBC he was severely beaten until he passed out.

Henry talks about poverty, and hunger but also the escape he found in swimming. He talks about his first love.

One day while sitting with the girl he was in love with, Henry was badly beaten because his attackers were certain he was Jewish. He had grown up around anti-Semitism throughout his early life, and only had three Jewish friends in that time.

Henry goes on to talk candidly about the abuse in the camps, the starvation, the depravity. He dropped to a hundred pounds, ready to die. He goes on to say he survived the camp because he was lucky and new someone. Henry survived the camp despite nearly dying of Typhoid fever and any number of infections.

In January of 1959 Henry, in January of 1960 he married Nancy a woman from a large Italian family.

I give Henry five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Vanishing Point

Vanishing Point

A Nikki Boyd Novel

by Lisa Harris



Pub Date 07 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Vanishing Point through Revell and Netgalley:

On Garrett Addison’s first week on the job as a criminal investigator for the Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation his team is called to the murder scene of a young girl, the third victim in a string of disappearances with a common thread, a Polaroid Of each victim left at the scene.

The FBI is brought in on the case and Garett finds himself working with Special Agent Jordan Lambert, the very woman he had once been in love with. When the sixth girl dies Garett cannot help but blame himself and starts feeling as if he does not have what it takes to be an agent.

In this book well loved, and Best selling author Lisa Harris brings to light a case that haunted authorities and the public for over a decade.

Five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Well


Healing Our Beautiful, Broken World from a Hospital in West Africa

by Sarah Thebarge

FaithWords / Center Street



Pub Date 07 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Well through FaithWords/Center Street and Netgalley:

When Sarah Thebarge applied to the Yale Physicians assistant program she told the admissions panel she would change the world someday.

Some decades later Sarah Thebarge finds herself on a plane reading up on Togo, somewhere she had not even heard of until she was asked to serve as a missionary in Togo serving at the Hospital Of Hope.

Just a year or two prior to her call to Togo, Sarah had been battling for her life, after being diagnosed with Cancer.

While in Togo Sarah experienced language difficulties, making conversations difficult and humorous.

By the time she had been there for six weeks Thebarge’s French had drastically improved.

Sarah Thebarge was deeply effected by her time in Togo, watching people die of conditions that were preventable in the U.S in a hospital that lacked modern equipment.

While in Togo Sarah Thebarge would battle Malaria, shed face the loss of patients. She’d see the realities of the conditions in Togo, the lack of medicines and medical equipment.

I give Well five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Particles of Light

Particles of Light

Poems, puns, word play and witty one-liners

by Chris M L Burleigh

Troubador Publishing Ltd


Humor , Poetry

Pub Date 28 Oct 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Particles Of Light through Troubadour Publishing and Netgalley:

This brief collection of poetry is an exploration of words and meaning, and a celebration of sounds.

Despite the size of this collection it covers a wide variety of poetry from nature, to love poems. It’s shows generosity of Spirit as well as passion, living an life.

I give Particles of Light five out of five stars!

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Book Review: Joy


100 Poems

by Christian Wiman

Yale University Press


Pub Date 07 Nov 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Joy through Yale University Press and Netgalley:

In this collection poet Christian Wiman has compiled a collection of modern poetry dealing with Joy. A subject matter he feels is often neglected in modern literature.

This anthology is a collection of Joy Poems by poets who were join during or after modernism.

Despite the title of this collection Joy deals with many aspects of life, not only Joy but sorrow and many other emotions.

This collection includes poems from poets ranging from Emily Dickinson, to Sylvia Plath and Wendell Berry, the works in this collection are thought provoking and diverse

I give Joy five out of five stars:

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Book Review: Mad Librarian

MAD Librarian

by Michael Guillebeau

Madison Press

Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members’ Titles

Humor , Mystery & Thrillers

Pub Date 01 Dec 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Mad Librarian through Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), and Netgalley:

Serenity Hummer embezzles funds for her library from what she thought was a neglected city fund but instead turns out to be a conduit for all state political corruption.

Soon Serenity has the money she needs to build her town the library it deserves, but will she survive to see it come to fruition, or will she find herself in more danger than she signed up for?

Serenity soon finds her library has turned into a crime scene.

Mad Librarian is a women’s crime fiction story written in the style of Breaking Bad, five out of five stars…

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