Book Reviews

Unlike last year, I was almost certain I would not be taking up any reading challenge this year. It's really something to wrap your head around so many characters and situations and not be affected. You can not really purge the emotions easily. But, then we all like challenges; to push ourselves and surpass our…

In 2015, I decided I needed to pursue my passion amidst work. I decided I had to read. I took up the challenge of finishing to read one book every month. I did it because I had to nourish my soul and feed my dreams. I had to travel through text. So I took up…

If you are feeling lost or that you are under achieving in your particular field, are missing people skills or not happy with you life, Maxcell Maltz takes you by the hand on a journey, so that you can identify your problems. that are making you feel that way, he then shows you how to…

Endowed with the marks of an unforgivable debate read, Karen Azinger's The Steel Queen, draws readers into Erdhe, a fantasy imbued realm ripe with intrigue, knights, bravery, swords, sorcery and pure evil. As the premier novel in her Silk and Steel Saga, this novel serves well as an introduction to the medieval type lands of…