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Melody Hill – by Rick DeStefanis – Review

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Very solid piece of writing but could have been better I don't know if this is an autobiographical piece of the author but in terms of authenticity, I believe that very few war books can...

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The Shadow and the Light – by S. K. Michels – Review

Memories, every last one of them "Memories, every last one of them, memories embroidered with pain and sorrow, bits and pieces of a life that he realized belonged to him." From the very...

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Tantric Sex: The Truth About Tantric Sex: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Sacred Sexuality Through Neotantra (Tantric Sex Books, Tantric Sex For Men And Women) – by Chris Campbell – Review

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This is quite an interesting ebook on the kind of sex that I have not heard of till date. The irony is that although tantric sex have had its origins in India, the 'sex taboo' that the author speaks...

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Life After Joe – by Ann Benjamin – Review

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The great thing about this book is that it lets you peek into Liz's state of mind from the very start. Written in the form of 'blog posts' (are they?), she says in the very first 'blog post' of hers...

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Identity Crisis – by Vicki Zell – Review

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Quite a well-done murder mystery that won't let your anxious nerves rest until the end Vicki is no doubt a very articulate writer who knows what to tell and when. The writer in her manages to...

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The Hut in the Woods – by Vicki Zell – Review

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A very good psychological book on relationships with a dose of adequate suspense Strangely enough, the character of Carly often reminds me of the overly paranoid character of Jessica Tandy...

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Together They Overcame – by Juliet Aharoni – Review

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Rosalind gulped and said, "It’s too painful to talk about at present. I’m still going though the healing process. Maybe, one day I’ll tell you all about it." That is how the book starts,...

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Tippy Boo – Fun Day Out – by Fazilla Shujaat – Review

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This is a very nice and enjoyable story meant for little kids. Well, let me rephrase that: the story itself is not even half as enjoyable as the pictures included. Wow, just wow, I wish the author...

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Peddling wares to the goldfields – by Michael Mardel – Review

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Offers a very vivid and warm insight about the people of the goldrush generation This book offers a very vivid and wonderful insight into the life and culture of people living around the time...

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Brothers in Atlantis: An Erotic Gay Novella – by Michael Mardel – Review

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The story is quite decent, in fact a bit too decent to be called erotica. I have read a lot of erotica books and even though I am not gay, they have all managed to make me horny at some point of time...

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Computer Walkabout:a Textbook of Computer Exercises for Upper Primary Students and Those Who Wish to Learn – by Michael Mardel – Review

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It is more or less a computer textbook cum dictionary and quite an exhaustive one at that. Suffice it to say, if you have an obscure computer-related term that you don't understand, you can look it...

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Sir Princess Petra’s Talent – by Diane Mae Robinson – Review

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First of all, this book comes with a synopsis of the first book of the series, for the lazy ones out there who prefer skimming to reading, that is. But why would you want to skim with this series?...