In 1957 jobs are scarce in rural Ashland, Alabama. Bobby Higgins is facing life decisions; his family’s farm struggles and threat of the draft hangs over 18-year-old males as the Cold War rumbles in the distance. Bobby heads off to boot camp, vowing to provide for his family from his pay. Between shore and sea duty, Bobby leaves broken hearts in every port. When his own heart is stolen by Rose, he’s shocked to learn that she comes with four daughters, a package deal he’s unsure he wants. But when Rose disappears, Bobby finds her and persuades her to marry him. Somehow they navigate their way through the trials of…
He wanted to live forever. He’s going to learn that immortality might be worse than death. One day in Pittsburgh, Paddy Riordan died…his body did, anyway. His digitalized mind wakes up in a world where nothing is what it seems, his memory fragmented. When a stranger calling himself the Varyag appears with a dire warning, Paddy must piece together his broken past, all while evading assassins, rogue AI, and the most beautiful demon he’s ever seen, to save himself and the woman he loves. But hidden in those broken memories is a virus more devastating than any Paddy has faced before.
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High atop a mountain crest sits the grand Gahana Royal Hotel. The world’s most elite are dying to see what lies beyond its iron gates, yet only a select few earn an invitation. How do they find themselves on that VIP list? By being truly monstrous human beings capable of the most fiendish acts. Once an invitation is extended, the evaluation begins. The Court of Savages thrive off the hunt, the thrill of the chase and the delight of the feast. Yet they adhere to a strict code. Never will they harm a human who is innocent, good, or reformed. Their beastly pallets require the most vile of beings and…
Made To Order has 16 short stories that discuss AIs and robots where we see them taking over the human workforce, some more sentient beings than just machines. The book discusses the impact of these technological advancements on humans and their existence. The cultural changes and the societal standards that come into play in accommodating new beings. We also have some human-robot hybrids, some futuristic humans with electronics being part of them and AIs with human physiology as well, playing central characters. Keep on reading for more...
If you love forbidden romance, this book is for you. If you love snark, this book is for you. If you love action and intrigue, edge of your seat moments and being caught off guard by what you’re reading, this book is for you. And if you’ve been missing . . . vampires in your life, this book is for you.
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We’ve all done things we’re not proud of. We all struggle with emotions we’re ashamed of. We all have darkness we try to hide. What if you could learn the tools to take the bad shit...and turn it into a beautiful sparkle?
Anxiety Relief For Teens by Regine Galanti is an excellent book that delivers mindfulness techniques and CBT action plans that you can incorporate into your daily life and routines to combat anxiety, depression, behavioral problems and panic attacks. This book is definitely geared for teens and Young Adults, but I feel it is equally beneficial to adults as well. Keep on reading to know more of my thoughts..
Brynja the forensic Geneticist is dealing with the loss of her twin brother Lucas. A strange poem in the form of a riddle appears. Brynja is intrigued and tries to figure out the references. Only problem is she keeps receiving more warnings written in the form of an old manuscript accompanied by food delivered to people around her. People die and things get even more difficult to figure out. Can Brynja figure out the secret to her brother's disappearance before more people die? Keep on reading my review to see my thoughts on this book..