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Quest to the Unknown – Book Review

 

Quest to the Unknown by Annelies George

 

Synopsis:

Quest to the Unknown revolves around up-and-coming Dutch reporter Jessie Golden, ready for her first holiday with business mogul and playboy Carlos Gomez, with whom she is engaged in a budding romance. Her journey begins when she finds a folder full of information on a mysterious woman named Nancy and her son Paul, leading her to an unexpected quest.

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Editorial Review – The King of Fu

 

Title: The King of Fu

Author: Benjamin Davis

Genre: Memoir / Magical realism / Coming of age

 

The kingdom of Fu is the unique backdrop Benjamin Davis uses to share the beginning of his life story. Divided into three parts–umbilical cords, childhood, and adolescence–The King of Fu is a reflection of his feelings about everything from his relationships with his family members to death, sex, and pornography and focuses on the question of what it means to be an adult.

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Editorial Review – Sage Stone: The Magic Between The Worlds

 

Title: Sage Stone: The Magic Between The Worlds

Author: Darcy Deming

Genre: YA / Adventure / Spirituality

 

In this unique coming of age story, Darcy Deming tells the tale of Sage Stone, his extraordinary family, and the equally extraordinary journey he must take to become the man he was destined to be. Chosen by the mythical Thunder Beings and having closely survived a brush with death, Sage’s life is irrevocably altered, as he must now battle the darkness in order to bring light into the world with the aid of his twin sister Hannah.

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Editorial Review – Lessons in Poetry: For a Wayward Child of Sad Eyes and Lonely Heart

 

Title: Lessons in Poetry: For a Wayward Child of Sad Eyes and Lonely Heart

Authors: Anita Garman and John Knowlton

Genre: Memoir

 

When her husband of 58 years dies, Anita is inconsolable at having lost her best friend, life companion, and soulmate. She slips in and out of periods of severe depression, struggling against her own grief and her terror that she may not be reunited with her husband in the afterlife.

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Editorial Review – When We Sleep

 

Title: When We Sleep

Author: Ernesto H. Lee

Genre: Supernatural fiction / Dreams

 

When We Sleep by Ernesto H. Lee is a supernatural fiction book with a focus on the mysteries that his dreams have to offer. The book blurb promises bizarre truths the reader will encounter.

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New Release! Shadows of Tomorrow: 2 Post-Apocalyptic Short Stories

 

Hi all!

It’s been due time for me to publish a book under my personal name, so here you are. I’ve been focusing on a pen name for a while, but that’s no excuse.

I had the urge to write in a post-apocalyptic (which apparently is a difficult word to spell) world, and it turned out to be a lot of fun to write. I might revisit the world again one day.

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Editorial Review – What Lurks Beyond the Veil

 

Title: What Lurks Beyond the Veil

Author: Stephen Paul

Genre: Supernatural / Science Fiction / Mystery / Thriller

 

This paranormal thriller recounts the story of how three unlikely twenty-somethings, Shawna, Colton, and Adam, take on an apocalyptic threat with the help of an FBI agent and Mariah, an inter-dimensional being.

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Editorial Review – American River: Tributaries

 

Title: American River: Tributaries

Author: Mallory M. O’Connor

Genre: Historical Fiction

 

American River: Tributaries follows the lives of three families of Irish, Mexican, and Japanese descent. Though their ancestors all settled on the American River in Northern California, the generations following spread out across the country, making the families’ interconnection all the more unlikely. But as the characters’ lives overlap and collide, they undergo tremendous growth and are opened to new levels of understanding of each other, of life, and of themselves.

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