Title: Going Gone
Author: Abraham Lopez
Genre: Anthology/Alternate History
Going Gone reads as a collection of short-story snapshots of what happens to a variety of Americans after a pivotal leader in the Middle East is assassinated and the blame is placed on the United States. Covering the despair, power plays, and religious fervor such an event could produce, the author creates a believable “end-of-the-world” scenario that plays out with cold accuracy and just a pinch of hope.
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Book Review of Truth or Date by Portia MacIntosh
Truth or Date is the first book by Portia that I’ve ever read and it’s definitely not going to be the last. I’m in love with 90% of all CarinaUK’s book and authors and this was definitely no exception. I read the book in 2 days and it was so addicting!
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Author’s name: P.T.L. Perrin
Book Title: Terra’s Call: Book 1 of the TetraSphere Series
Genre of the book: Teen, Young Adult, Science Fiction, Adventure
Book synopsis: When Jewel Adams discovers that the fate of the world depends on her, she already has enough on her plate. Strange abilities forced her into a life of solitude as a young child, home-schooled and isolated from others. Now in her senior year and in school for the first time, she discovers she’s not alone.
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Why You Might Want an Editorial Review
Some say reviewers are the lifeblood of publishing these days. It’s the way “word-of-mouth” happens, the way books get sold, and there are many bloggers and book reviewers out there who do unpaid book reviews all the time. So why might you want to fork over your hard-earned money to get an Editorial Review?
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Author name: Effie Kammenou
Name of the book: Waiting For Aegina: Book Two in The Gift Saga
Genre of the book: Women’s Fiction, Family Saga
Book synopsis: Book Two in The Gift Saga: The continuation of Evanthia’s Gift…
In 1961, five little girls moved into a suburban neighborhood and became inseparable, lifelong friends. They called themselves the ‘Honey Hill Girls,’ named after the street on which they lived. As teenagers they shared one another’s ambitions and dreams, secrets and heartaches. Now, more than thirty years later, they remain devoted and loyal, supporting each other through triumphs and sorrows.
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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.
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A Doomed Continent Where Two Lovers Struggle To Survive
When a vengeful sorcerer unleashes a Fire Demon to destroy his rivals, he sets off a chain of events that will eventually destroy Gol, a war-torn continent at the other side of the world. Unaware that time is running out Gol’s scheming barons overthrow their king and strive to seize control, unleashing a bloody civil war. Two young lovers find themselves caught in the web of murder, treachery, and sword and sorcery threatening to destroy their existence.
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Title: Uber Diva
Author: Charles St. Anthony
Part-memoir, part-guide, Uber Diva is an entertaining look at what it takes to be an Uber driver. Told from the perspective of the self-proclaimed Uber Diva, who is sidelined from the ridesharing business after a drunk driver totals her car and sends her to the hospital, it is helpful in weighing the risks and benefits of becoming a rideshare driver.
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