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Comment by Fuentes on Thursday

Metro: Scenes from an Urban Stage by Stan Raucher

A touching testimony to reality, simple daily routine that speak volume through the lense of the artist.


Comment by Alan Joshua on Thursday

Reader Views (11/15) by Sheri Hoyte

The SHIVA Syndrome by Alan Joshua opens inside a secret mind research laboratory in Podol’sk, Russia. When a key experiment suddenly goes awry, the lab explodes, obliterating everything in a one-mile radius, consuming thousands of lives and everything else in its wake in mere seconds; an enormous black crater of total darkness, the only remnants of the disaster.

Beau Walker, a parapsychologist turned college professor, is pressured into joining the research team that will investigate the event. Walker and the rest of the SHIVA team must push past individual intellectual and spiritual biases, political and military resistance, and other obstacles in the search for answers.

I was absolutely captivated from beginning to end, and by captivated, I mean held hostage, as my life was literally put on hold until I finished reading. Not a fast or easy read by any stretch of the imagination, I’m so glad it was a rainy weekend or I might have felt guilty – maybe.

Alan Joshua breathes new life into the sometimes predictable genre of science-fiction. Actually, he doesn’t stop there as the story seems to span across many genres, from sci-fi to fantasy to mystery/thriller, action and adventure, and a small (minute) dose of romance for good measure!

I highly recommend “The SHIVA Syndrome” by Alan Joshua for enthusiasts of all genres, as there is definitely something for everyone in this fascinating story!

#sci-fi #paranormal #thriller

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Comment by Alan Joshua on Thursday

Readers’ Favorite Review by Lit Amri 5 stars

Beau Walker is a man with an interesting internal conflict. Born to a full blooded Native American father and African-American, evangelical mother/healer, he struggles to accept his heritage. He rejects his parents’ wishes, and relies on solid scientific reason to comprehend his inner distress. When Walker is coerced into joining an experiment in Moscow, the suspense element in the story scales up from this point on, taking readers into an unprecedented, gripping journey.

The SHIVA Syndrome is a page turning, sci-fi thriller. The notions proposed in the story are thought provoking and will linger in readers’ minds long after they put down the book. The mentioned possibilities of what the human mind can do are both fascinating and frightening. In essence, this is an enigmatic spiritual endeavor that I highly recommend to my fellow readers.

#sci-fi #paranormal #thriller

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Comment by Fuentes on Thursday

More Than Comics by Elizabeth Briggs

A nice romance super fast to read with cool characters.
What was really interesting was the description of the Comic-Con atmosphere, the fans behaviours as well as the comics world industry.
Honestly, it's a nice read. Perfect to chill after a long day.


Comment by Daye Riolpe on Tuesday

5★  In Paris "Perren's writing style is brilliant. The characters leap off the page...  as Mr. Perren peeled back all the onion skins of their psyches. Tightly woven plot with no meaningless digressions. 

Comment by Susan B. Roara on Monday

"The Right Family" does not disappoint.  A page turning read that will keep you from your chores, delay dinner and captivate you past your bedtime.

Comment by Fuentes on November 21, 2015 at 2:48pm

Timeless: Photographs by Kamoinge

A wonderful Time Warp through powerful pictures!

First I was interesting by the photos. While turning the pages, I've been lead through history of the 70's to nowadays. Daily life images of Black people in New York. Intense, poignant, others that was the expressions that were incredible. 
Katherina, famous people, anonymous, joyful scenes, all these pictures were taking me by the hands and making me discovering a period I didn't know in a very cool and beautiful way.


Comment by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne on November 20, 2015 at 11:29pm

I'm a children's book author, with 5 books published; award winning Tails of Sweetbrier, an autobiography, Charlie the Horse, Charlene the Star, Charlene the Star and Hattie's Heroes, and Charlene the Star and Bentley Bulldog.  They all have positive messages for children. You can see reviews on Amazon and also on my website:

Comment by Mike Nach on November 20, 2015 at 10:06pm

FREE till 11/21. WHY ME? The Complete and Uncut Edition 

If you love Magic Realism or Occult mysteries, read my book and leave a review.

You’ll get to know the secrets of the universe; our true identity; God; life and death; secrets of manifestation; occult exercises for spiritual advancement and much more…..


Comment by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne on November 20, 2015 at 7:40pm

I'll do that, Susan. Thanks for sharing with us.


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