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Humans, Dogs, and Civilization – by Elaine Ostrach Chaika – Review

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I won't call myself an 'animal lover' per se, but lately, on the insistence of my partner, I have been thinking about adopting a couple of dogs. However, I was not exactly sure if I would be able to...

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Sir Princess Petra – by Diane Mae Robinson – Review

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Although this may seem to be a children's book first, it is one of the few children's books that does not treat the reader like a young dolt. You won't find anything 'childish' here so that even...

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The Snail’s Castle – by Mark Gordon – Review

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I might be damned if I call this erotica but a few of the passages did indeed make me horny (notable one among them is below); yet they are so poetic that you won't ever take any offense to them. I...

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Genesis – by Andreas Laurencius – Review

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The rather not-so-professional cover made me wonder at first whether it is just another of those 'meh' sci-fi books. But I am glad I did not let that cover stand in the way of my grabbing this book. ...

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Brothers in Atlantis: A Steamy Gay Erotic Novella (2nd Edition) – by Michael Mardel – Review

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Solid erotic atmosphere but the ending falls short of expectations First off, I love how the author builds up both a solid atmosphere as well as a solid character in just one paragraph; both...

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Spectrums & Apertures: Poems – by Andrea McKenzie Raine – Review

Poetry is not my forte but there was something in Andrea's poetry anthology that kept me going. The first poem is a mixture of hope and despair, and the last stanza is worth mentioning for its sheer...

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Fever – by Tonya Plank – Review

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Quite a promising book on ballroom dance, but where is the romance? Poor Rory; her story often reminds me of the person I was myself; I used to write stories and poems in college but the harsh...

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Influence Others and Make More Friends: 10 Tips You Wish You Were Knew Before Making More Friends – by Truong Vu – Review

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Man is a social creature and loneliness sucks. The author puts it quite well: "Having no friends is not a big deal, but striving to get friends and failing in the attempt is something to worry...

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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...