This is a review of The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg -
Review: The Hunger Games
It is in greek, but I provide english translation for international readers! :)
This is my latest review, The Princesses of Iowa by M.Molly Backes , comments (and new followers) always appreciated!
Zelda @ Bookish Hobbit
This is the story of a man whose name or place of origin is purposely never revealed, to avoid stereotyping. This man could be you or I given the right situation.
This is the moving story of one mans adventures in the private world of a vagabond as he takes to the roads, to become a wandering vagrant. A situation that is currently taking place on an ever increasing scale in our present day times, all across the world.
This is the story of one man, who with his trusty tent embarks on a journey of self discovery to find a new beginning, a journey that starts with a self imposed solitude and one that proves to be full of adventure as he explores his new beginning. A story of factual locations and information intermixed with fictitious events.
This is about that lonely sad figure you may see sitting in a shop doorway, or on a park bench and either ignore or wonder. How did you get in such a state?
But I have turned a negative into a positive as I ask you to join me as we follow his amazing journey in and around the beautiful New Forest in the UK. The people he meets and helps and those that help him in return, proving that there is always hope, love and friendship, even on the open road.
Petrograd by Philip Gelatt (art by Tyler Crook) is a graphic novel about an assassination. The graphic novels tells about an international conspiracy behind the murder of Gregorii Rasputin.
The One That I Want by Jennifer Echols
Who would be calling at this hour? Listening to my husband, I instantly knew he was receiving dreadful news.
Gene pulled the receiver back and choked out the words, “J.P. has been arrested for the first degree murder of Douglas Miller Jr.”
The book chronicles Carol and her family's descent into the sort of nightmare that the rest of us could never imagine for ourselves or our children. The title is the theme of the book. How does one relinquish control of their child and trust God? How does one respond when your son calls you from prison crying that he'd been jumped on by fellow prisoners that beat and kicked him so hard in his head he could no longer see straight and his front teeth had been knocked out? How does God allow all this?
OTHER WATERS; A NOVEL by Eleni N. Gage, review.
A must read for those with PTSD or survivors of PTSD-- http://bit.ly/BtWIrvw.
My latest review is Free-Falling by Nicola Moriarty