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Comment by Alan Joshua on July 24, 2015 at 3:18pm

5 stars--A Thrilling Adventure
By Danielle Urban on July 23, 2015
The Shiva Syndrome is one novel readers will enjoy. The exciting tale takes readers on a journey of paranormal activity, a deadly experiment with politics and spiritual tones. A must read for all. Alan Joshua has masterfully crafted a one of a kind novel that will blow readers away. The characters, plot, and magnificent settings, will forever trap readers into this story.

For readers wanting something good that is fresh, completely different but enchanting, then Shiva Syndrome is the novel for you. A secret Russian mind laboratory that Beau Walker, a parapsychologist and reluctant empath, is forced to join. The research project is called, SHIVA. What appears to be a scientific research leads to something neither Walker nor his team can comprehend. This novel, reminded me of the Borne movies with Matt Damon. A fast paced-thriller action that will keep readers turning the pages and wishing for more.

I highly recommend this fascinating tale to every reader. There is no way a readers will every be bored with all of the mystery, intrigue, and adventures waiting for them inside Shiva Syndrome. From the first page and onward readers will be wowed for a long time to come. I enjoyed reading this unique and well written book by Alan Joshua. I am definitely looking forward to the next debut novel by this writer. Overall, I rate Shiva Syndrome a five out of five stars.

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4 stars--Unconcious thought?
By Geneva Handleman "Swtwtrgin" on July 22, 2015
Shiva Syndrome is a thriller with conspiracy theorist in mind. The story-line is full of interesting twists and turns, suspense and stealthy dealings. It keeps you turning pages, shocks you at times, and pulls you deeper into worlds as yet unexplored. Or are they?

As an independent reviewer for Paranormal Books and Authors that Rock, I give Shiva Syndrome an easy four fangs (stars)! While not a romance novel, it is definitely paranormal and seriously rocks!


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Comment by Daye Riolpe on July 24, 2015 at 1:56pm
Comment by Fuentes on July 23, 2015 at 8:29am

Candidate by Tracy Ewens

Easy, funny and not at all cheesy ! 
It has been a long time since I haven't spent such a great time with a romance story.

The writing is dynamic, there is a lot of funny touching moments. You don't see the time flying when reading.

Perfect for a relaxing evening!

http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2015/07/candidate-by-tracy-ew...


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Comment by Richard Humphreys on July 21, 2015 at 9:06am

Latest Book Review: The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman: https://rwh92.wordpress.com/2015/07/21/theamberspyglass/ 

Comment by Fuentes on July 20, 2015 at 7:11am

Second Life by S.J. Watson

"Before I Go to Sleep" was a story that really made an impression on myself.

So I was very excited to put my hands on a new story.
It was interesting but the characters were not strong enough. 
Worst: the more I was trying to turn the pages, the more I was losing interest in the story.


Very disappointed as I was really expecting to enjoy myself.

Lucie

http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2015/07/second-life-by-sj-wat...


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Comment by E.A. Walsh on July 12, 2015 at 12:42pm


Release Day! Circus (Insanity #3)

by Cameron Jace


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Comment by Alan Joshua on July 12, 2015 at 3:05am

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.


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Comment by E.A. Walsh on July 7, 2015 at 2:00pm


Review Update! The Last Knight

(Pendragon, #1)

The Last Knight (Pendragon, #1)The Last Knight (Pendragon #1)
By Nicola S. Dorrington
My rating: ★★★★☆

( I received this book free from the Author In exchange for my honest review )

After reading a slew of books that made my head hurt, this was refreshing. I was captured from the first chapter, no the first sentence. This story drew me in and immersed me into a beautiful, freighting world of legends, knights, honor, and kings. Before I knew it, the tale was over; and I was left with a bitter-sweet ending that left me wanting more.
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Comment by Richard Humphreys on July 7, 2015 at 12:46pm

New Review: Carlos Ruiz Zafron, The Angel's Game: https://rwh92.wordpress.com/2015/07/07/the-angels-game-book-review/


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Comment by E M McIntyre on July 6, 2015 at 8:43pm

A telepathic dog. An ancient prophecy. Two devious faeries. 14 yr old Abby Fletcher must unravel their connection when she is thrown into a world of unknowns after receiving a mysterious message from a frightening beast: The Red King must set me free. Determined to discover the meaning of this puzzling phrase, Abby sets off to explore a nearby Scottish mountainside in search of clues. What Abby doesn't realize, however, is that it's not a matter of where she will find her answers but when. Whisked back to the early 14th century, Abby must find the courage to solve the mystery of the Red King and save not only herself but a group of powerless captives wrapped up in a faerie plot.

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