Rob Shackleford

I have read the previous two books of the Traveller trilogy by Rob Shackleford, so I am already a fan! However, Traveller Manifesto (Traveller#3) was even more adventurous than the other two. The book is well written, with lots of details that help the reader feel the book. The author's style easily captivated my imagination. Brilliant historical fiction and sci-fi read.

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5.0

Diane Wing

A lovely love story that will keep you engaged until the very last page. The fourth installment of the Chrissy the Shih Tzu cozy mystery will gain your attention, and it will leave you wondering who was sabotaging Autumn and Ray's wedding. Interesting and captivating human characters and I have to say - I love stories with animals.  Fun and engrossing read by Diane Wing.  Also, a great cover!

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5.0

James Sniechowski

An Ambition to Belong by James Sniechowski is the second book of the Leaving Home trilogy. Impressive read with a captivating plot. The idea of where we belong and the long journey into self-discovery is very well displayed and captivating. A fascinating story that leaves you haunted! A page-turner!

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5.0

Keith Steinbaum

Great read! The murder mystery You Say Goodbye by Keith Steinbaum will hold the reader's attention until the grand unveiling of the book. Well plotted book with interesting and captivating characters. Reading that book was a pleasure for me. Recommend it!

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5.0

Gary Chittenden

That book would persuade you to think about your past, the decisions you have made, and the relationships you have built. AGAIN: The Ultimate Do-Over by Gary Chittenden follows five different individuals' time travel stories, who answer the question "If you could go back...".  Inspiring and refreshing read.

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5.0

Andrew W Baldwin

Broken Inn is an action-packed book by A. W. Baldwin, and overall the characters are quite interesting. Particularly, Relic - one of my favorites. I enjoyed the way Relic was portrayed, and also, it is very important for me the message he brings to the reader and that he fights for what is good in this very materialistic world. Intriguing read!

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5.0

Dr Andrew C S Koh

Memoirs of a Doctor is an inspirational and heart-warming book about faithfulness to God. A book that reminds us to stay strong when the days are hard. Dr. Koh reveals moments of his life in a motivational, educational and engaging way. A book that you will keep in the back of your mind. Great and easy read.  

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5.0

Vera Jane Cook

Pleasant Day by Vera Jane Cook is a murder mystery novel that kept me hooked till the end of the book. I love and cherish the relationship between Pleasant and Clarissa because I felt the strength and support they give each other. Also many twists and turns to keep you guessing what's coming next and regarding the characters- complex and interesting. Great quick read!

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5.0

Vera Jane Cook

Pleasant Day by Vera Jane Cook is a murder mystery novel that will catch your attention from the very beginning. I really enjoyed the twists and turns in the plot, and also the relationships build in the story.  

Pleasant Day is a young girl who struggles with some family issues. On the other hand, Clarissa is an older woman, who can "read people" and they build a friendship that is so precious for them both. Another thing that they have in common is that they both had lost someone they love.  The pace is just right for the plot, the characters are complex and relatable, and this makes the book so fascinating. I highly recommend it.

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Carlos Valrand

The Site by Carlos Varland is a mysterious science fiction novel.

In the novel, Cicely Denfeld is a school teacher that has disturbing dreams. Those dreams are odd because she sees events happening to two unknown people to her- Charles and his partner Vivien. The team embarks on an adventure to recover a special document,  taken from a firm working for the US government. In an attempt to find what is happening to her, Cicely visits a psychiatrist, but would that be enough?

What I find impressive about the book was the character development - Cicely grew from her insecurities to become stronger and confident. 

To me, the story is original and intriguing because of all the unexpected twists, space travel, and cutting-edge technologies. 

However, because of some sexual scenes, I would recommend the book to mature audiences.

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Brittany Ziegler

Make Me Exist by Brittany Ziegler is a science fiction book, which after reading it will leave you altering emotions for long after. That story will take you on a journey outside of your expectations and comfort zone.  

Valerie is a thirty-something years single mom of a six-year-old daughter - Charlotte. The family has gathered to celebrate the little girl's birthday, but suddenly uninvited guests appear at her party. And odd enough, but it seems that they look familiar to the mother.  Valerie, whose real name is Cyran, and Charlotte, the daughter, are pureblood, and they are the only chance for the alien race to be saved. 

I admire Valerie/Cyran for her courage and her can-do attitude towards life. She is also an independent and strong woman, that takes full responsibility for her life.  

Enjoy this adventurous and unpredicted story, which will conquer your imagination!

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Elaine Graham-Leigh

If you are a fan of science or murder mysteries,  you will highly appreciate The Caduca by Elaine Graham-Leigh. That is a classic story of oppression and resistance where the humans have gone into space, and the planets are already human colonized. 

The plot is very complex, but at the same time, very well thought out and narrated. The author builds a fascinating world for the book. 

The Chi!me, young diplomat, Quila has been very successful, so now she has been entitled to establish an agreement between the radical guerilla group ViaVera and the dictatorial government on the planet Benan Ty. 

Despite her good intentions initially, once on the planet Benan Ty, she soon realizes that she can't trust almost anyone. 

Terise, a trusted member of ViaVera, is now worried that together with her partner won't survive long. 

Those two female characters are perfectly well described, with many indicative details. They are both very feminine, but also very strong and confident women. And using those two characters, Elaine Graham-Leigh reminds us about the problem with corruption in our society. 

The book is impressive, as it touches on many problems within the political world and also people's expectations. I recommend that book by all means!

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