New friends are quickly made and lost. Hardened criminals are converted to the side of goodness through the power of God. Beasts of every shape and size emerge to feast on human blood, turning the island of Volgunther into a desolate ruin. And Dysart, one of the original descendants of this dreaded place, lands on the island intent on destroying the sole entity responsible for all this bloodshed and destruction: the eternal Daemon named Salamandrus.
The Millennium Revelation
Using his imagination, and an intellect quickened by the Spirit of God, the author places significant historical events–of the past 2000 years–in the context of Biblical prophecy. He writes: “That great jigsaw puzzle of Prophetic pieces, spanning the Old and New Testaments, were fitted closely together in the New Jerusalem, like a vast De Vinci Montage of centuries of history since the Desolation Abomination was erected, rising to that colossal crescendo of fulfillment in the 20th and 21st centuries.” The sentence characterizes the eloquence with which he explains how history and Scripture come together to fulfill Christ’s purpose on earth.
Out of the Kiln: Vessels of Hope
There are times when a writer speaks to your very soul, puts words to your thoughts and feelings in a way you may have wished you could have. This is one of those writers, one of those books.
Night Machines by Kia Heavey
“To sleep perchance to dream…” takes on new meaning in this engaging multi-genre novel that captures you and doesn’t let you go. And, “Be careful what you wish for” is a mantra to keep in mind.
The People’s Will by Eric Berbig
The People are restless; some are bent on murder and destruction-and the tension is building. Primarily set in pre-Revolution days in St. Petersburg, Russia, this compelling historical mystery novel is based on actual events.
“Eight Twisted Shorts” by Nathan Lichtwar
Eight Twisted Shorts is, obviously, eight short stories and the second offering from the author of Peckerwood Twist, Nathan Lichtwar. Here’s a brief review of each story.
Breaking the Chains to Freedom: Finding the Power Within You by Esther Adler
Adler wrote Breaking the Chains to Freedom: Finding the Power within You as part memoir, part self-help book for those who practice victim mentality or have experienced-or currently are experiencing-a major life transition, to help them move through and beyond the trauma. The book takes you through how her own victim mentality took root and played out in her life; her transformation from victim to spiritual life warrior; and shares inspirational narrative and exercises to help you shift from emotional pain to freedom, happiness, and spiritual strength.
Peckerwood Twist by Nathan Lichtwar
Ready to get out of the sweltering summer heat, Sam Paris goes to his usual spot: The Peckerwood Bar in Port Salerno, Florida, famous for its spicy hot sauce and its unsavory characters. The bar patrons are as rough and tough as Sam and his language when someone annoys him. In his sixties and with a history, including as a Vietnam vet, Sam pays attention to everything and everyone around him from “Habit born out of self-preservation and lessons learned the hard way.
Book Review: High Five
“High Five” is another interesting and attention-getting creation of the number one New York Times Bestselling author Janet Evanovich. It combines suspense with humour.
Tricks and Distortions in the New Testament to Gain Credibility
The tricks employed by religious leaders to warrant recognition of their gods are revealed through spiritual revelations that is bringing the truth to the fore. The barrier put up by them to prevent the real God from being discovered is also breaking down.
Consumer Reviews as a Useful Tool for Manufacturers
“In a highly competitive marketplace like Kindle covers, what role do product reviews play?” From the point of view of the consumer the answer is fairly obvious. It is a well known fact that shoppers are becoming better informed, particularly with regards to eCommerce. More than half of consumers will now routinely track down reviews of products that they are thinking about purchasing. The practice is used more when the goods to be purchased get more expensive.
Set in a dystopian future where the United States of America does not exist any more, the Legend Trilogy explores the contrasting lives of two teenagers and how their lives intersect with each other. The story takes place in the new nation, known as the Republic, which is perpetually in a state of war with its neighbors. Born in one of the wealthiest districts of the Republic, fifteen year old June has been groomed from a young age to join the highest echelons of the Republic’s military.
Grey Walker Series
Authored by Kat Richardson, The Greywalker Series is based around the life of the protagonist Harper Blaine. Harper gets killed while pursuing a case, though her ‘death’ lasts only for two minutes as she is brought back to life by the miracles of modern medicine. However, once she is revived, she discovers that she now has a new ability, namely being able to move through the realm that separates our world from the afterworld.
Before diving right in to the pool of this mystifying series, let me just mention for the readers’ benefit that it is a futuristic book that features technology far beyond our normal everyday imaginations. Not only is the series about the future, it is more specifically about space and time. The universe, or space for that matter, is endless and limitless and the technology we have today confirms that our space shuttles cannot progress much if they continue to move in a straight line.
A Book Review: The Winning Edge by John C Maxwell
Troubled from without and within, the psalmist, has stopped for a moment in the way. He knows he cannot turn back but knows how to continue. Therefore he prays that God will help him follow through his decision to stay on the right road.