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Comment by Nancy Frieder on June 8, 2015 at 2:33pm

Summer is the best time for rising high school seniors to write their college application essays. This book not only is a great tool, it's an excellent motivator. If you know anyone who could use it, or if you know of parents who don't want to sound like a nag to a procrastinating student, this book will help.

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Comment by Selina O'Loan on June 8, 2015 at 12:59pm

From the moment their eyes locked across a crowded room, he recognized something in her that he needed.

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Comment by Alan Joshua on June 5, 2015 at 3:30am
on June 4, 2015
The first notable conclusion after reading this book is that it is nearly impossible to classify this book in a sole genre. It's a unique mixture of paranormal, science fiction, thriller and mystery.

The SHIVA Syndrome begins with a bang. Literally. A secret Russian laboratory explodes leaving behind a massive crater with no survivors. Beau Walker, a psychologist and empath, is taken from his everyday life in order to become a part of the research team sent to investigate, known as SHIVA.

The plot questions everything everyone believes in from religion, physics, and philosophy to the most important aspects surrounding the mental capabilities of the human race. It successfully cross examines everything we know versus everything we may or may not know about the universe. This book will, without a doubt, keep you up at night thinking about the possibilities that are constantly examined throughout the story.

Seeing as the synopsis is quiet vague considering the detail and depth in the book itself, I will not disclose more than stated above. I will however, warn you. Whatever you think this book is about. Think again.

That being said, The SHIVA Syndrome was a phenomenal read but it is not a quick read. Many things develop every chapter and a lot of ideas and theories are constantly suggested involving complex thinking and understanding. The story was amazingly developed to keep the reader attentive and on their toes constantly and always guessing where the plot is heading up until the very end.

Highly recommended for anyone interested in science fiction, mysteries and thrillers - you won't be dissapointed!
Comment by Kate Evangelista on June 5, 2015 at 2:52am
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Comment by Alan Joshua on May 29, 2015 at 11:48am

Midwest Book Review

A secret Russian mind research laboratory explodes in a big way, leaving a mile-deep crater and a host of unanswered questions about what happened – and that’s where parapsychologist Beau Walker enters the picture, becoming a reluctant part of a SHIVA investigative team fraught with political tension.

At first glance one would think this to be either a sci-fi saga or perhaps a thriller: technically, that’s correct; but it’s so much more. Its focus on untapped human potential gone awry in a deadly experiment also lends to its enjoyment by new age readers or any interested in the paranormal – and let’s not forget the reader who enjoys political intrigue and a bit of spiritual reflection in their reading.

Few other books cross as many genre lines as The Shiva Syndrome – and few can do it as deftly, logically, and skillfully, as well. Tension is well-done, protagonists are well-drawn, and the juxtaposition of neuroscience, psychology, and political tensions are exquisitely detailed.

There’s solid action and adventure to compliment contemplation on the nature of reality itself, which means that thriller readers won’t be disappointed by an ethereal dose of introspection while ethereal readers will be drawn in by close encounters and dangerous events: “The crater floor groaned, then shifted under them, followed by ominous cracking. A wide cleft split open near Kampmann.

Putting out her arms, she teetered on its edge as a large chunk of earth dropped into a chasm under her foot. She screamed as her leg began to slide in.”

Lots of action, intriguing concepts, and examinations of belief systems and the greatest opportunity in human history to reshape the world: that’s the essence of a powerful saga in The Shiva Syndrome, which is not only highly recommended ‘as is’, but would translate well to the screen.

It’s very highly recommended, indeed; especially for thriller and sci-fi readers who have become deluged with too much predictability and who seek cutting-edge action, believable protagonists, and action that is solidly intense throughout.

D. Donovan, Senior eBook Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

The SHIVA Syndrome: Allen Stroud Internet Broadcast:  (Click here to hear or download interview; The SHIVA Syndrome is 32 ...)

Mr. Stroud is a University Lecturer at High Wycombe,Buckinghamshire, England, UK, for ten years. He runs the successful, Film and TV Production degree and teaches Creative Writing. He’s taught a module in Writing Fantasy for nine years and has a Masters Degree in Science Fiction and Fantasy world-building. Multitalented, he also writes music and has composed work featured in award-winning short films. http://www.allenstroud.com.


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Comment by Richard Humphreys on May 29, 2015 at 8:32am

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Comment by lidy wilks on May 28, 2015 at 3:22pm

We wake and sleep every day. Growing up, as we must. In Can You Catch My Flow? the everyday ordinary events of the human condition are captured in poetic snapshots. No matter the walks of life, the reader is sure to find themselves within the lines.

Can You Catch My Flow? is a small collection of poetry. It’s a poetic portrayal of thoughts, emotions and experiences when growing up. A rite of passage and nature of the human condition.

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Comment by Emily-Ann Walsh on May 22, 2015 at 9:09pm

Review Update!

The Dead Days Journal

The Dead Days Journal : Volume 1The Dead Days Journal : Volume 1
By: Sandra R. Campbell
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

( I received this book free from the author in exchange for my honest review )

3.5 Stars

I'm on the fence about this one. There are a lot of aspects I liked and a lot I didn't. Though it was an interesting read, I'm not sure if I actually liked this book or dislike it. It's hard to put down in words. I believe it's because I went into this book with a different image, (one I gather from the book cover and synopsis), thinking one thing and getting another. In any case it was misleading. (I seem to be getting a lot of those lately)Despite all that, this read did keep my interest.


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