Summary: DraDonna is the first person in more than 500 years to be born with copper colored hair on a planet that thrives on perfection. The people on this immaculate little world worship ‘The HEART’ which is a female intelligence that utterly controls the lives and minds of all of her children by supplying them with an addictive energy force that her children can channel into their bodies and use in their daily lives. The HEART loses control over her children when DraDonna begins to have forbidden dreams that lead this young woman and her devoted husband DraDevon to discover the truth about their world and the HEART’s dark secret.
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My Review of the 'Series of Unfortunate Events'! http://www.pocketfulofbooks.com/2012/04/book-review-series-of-unfor...
New book review: A Night to Remember by Walter Lord
I just reviewed The Black Ice by Michael Connelly:
Legion of Bats—They were all different, but together they changed the world
In a world governed by fear and corruption, a baby, Zoe Masterson, was born and immediately targeted for death. Hidden away in the rural West Virginia town of Tanner, Zoe grows up feeling like an outsider—always just a little bit different from the people around her. As bad becomes worse, she is arrested for arson and a murder she didn’t commit. She is taken to a mental hospital, where she discovers nothings is as it seems and her destiny awaits her. Zoe quickly becomes caught in a web of strange abilities, politics, murder, discrimination, and forbidden love. Will she be able to bring a government to its knees in order to have the one person who matters most to her?
I also got to interview Shadow Stephens which is posted here.
This is a review of Breakdown: A V. I. Warshawski Novel by Sara Paretsky -
I can't believe it took me this long to get around to John Updike...
Flags Over the Warsaw Ghetto: The Untold Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising by Moshe Arens is an important non-fiction book about this famous event. The book is by no means an introductory text book on the subject and should not be treated as such as the reader must have some prior knowledge of these historical events.
Review of Play Ball by Writers: Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir / Artist: Jackie Lewis
New book review for my novel Times of Trouble: an End Times thriller