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Review-Paul Robeson For Beginners

Paul Robeson for Beginners, Paul Von Blum, 2013, ISBN 9781934389812Who was Paul Robeson? He was a lot more than just the singer of "Ol' Man River."A native of Princeton, NJ, Robeson received a four-year athletic scholarship to Rutgers College. He was twice named All-American in football, and also played basketball, baseball and track. Graduating as class Valedictorian (an member of Phi Beta Kappa), Robeson attended, and graduated from, Columbia Law School. His attempt at a legal career did not…See More
Jan 8
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Review-Modern Disciples (Volume 3)

Modern Disciples (Volume 3), Ian Anderson, 2013, ISBN 97814789708414This is the third in a series of novels about several people who learn that they are the offspring of various ancient gods of antiquity. They also have unique abilities to help them fight non-human evil.Lisa Mikoto (daughter of the Japanese god Izanagi) travels to a Japan in crisis. An unknown force has put a sort of permanent black cloud over the whole country, cutting Japan off from the sun. Electric power plants have been…See More
Jan 5
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Review-Necropolis

Necropolis, Michael Dempsey, 2011, ISBN 9781597803151This novel is about a man who wakes up in a strange, neo-futuristic world, after his murder.Paul Donner is an NYPD detective who is out for the evening with his wife. They walk in on a bodega robbery, and are killed. He wakes up, forty years later, due to something called the Shift. Said to be the side effect of a retroviral attack, it re-animates the DNA of dead people, causing them to come to life. No, they don't turn into zombies, but they…See More
Jan 2
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Review-The NSA Files

The NSA Files, Terry Persun, 2013, ISBN 9781482577129This detective novel takes place in a very new and different area, inside the human soul, or spirit.Dan Johnston is not your average private investigator. He is a shaman, which means that he can enter the spirit world very easily. While there, he can, for instance, find a missing person, or convince a cheating spouse to stop cheating. It's not fulfilling work, but it pays the bills.The NSA learns that some members of Congress are on the…See More
Dec 20, 2014
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Review-The Secret World of Oil

The Secret World of Oil, Ken Silverstein, 2014, ISBN 9781781681374This book provides a peek behind the curtain at the business part of the oil industry, still a major part of the world's economy.If an oil company wants to start drilling in a "new" country, like Equatorial Guinea, or somewhere in Central Asia, all they have to do is go to the president or Prime Minister, buy an oil lease, and start drilling, right? Wrong; there are other officials who need to be consulted, and compensated, first…See More
Dec 13, 2014
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Review-1969: Once Upon a Time in Montreal

1969: Once Upon a Time in Montreal, Richard Austin, 2014, ISBN 9780981361932This is a personal look, through the lens of a camera, at 1969 Montreal.As a young man, the author became almost obsessed with photographing people, places and events around the city. The largest student occupation in Canadian history, at what is now part of Concordia University, began when West Indian students accused a biology professor of discrimination because of unfair grading. Austin was there, with his camera.…See More
Oct 9, 2014
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Review-The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap

The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap, Matt Taibbi, 2014, ISBN 9780812993424Among the consequences of the Wealth Gap in America seems to be the establishment of two different sets of laws, one for the rich and one for everyone else. This book gives the details.The sale of Lehman Brothers to Barclays Bank was advertised as a last-minute, desperation fire sale. How did Barclays manage to get an extra five billion dollars as part of the deal? Among the reasons why the Justice…See More
Sep 26, 2014
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Review-A Shoeleather History of the Wobblies

A Shoeleather History of the Wobblies: Stories of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) in Connecticut, Steve Thornton, 2013, ISBN 9780989822404In the early 20th century, the Industrial Workers of the World, or "Wobblies," attempted to organize a working-class movement that crossed racial and ethnic lines. This book looks at one part of their story, their strikes and campaigns in Connecticut.Free speech may seem like an obvious right for all Americans. It wasn't always that way, especially…See More
Aug 21, 2014
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Review-The Coconut Ketogenic Diet

The Coconut Ketogenic Diet, Bruce Fife, 2014, ISBN 9780941599948This weight loss plan actually encourages the consumption of fat on a daily basis.The low fat or low calorie diet that you are on is the reason why your weight loss has been slow, or non-existent. Fat is an essential nutrient; the human body needs a certain amount of it every day. It helps to slow down food in your digestive system so that it can be absorbed. Besides, food producers will add chemicals to make up for the fat or…See More
Aug 15, 2014
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Review-Vic: Never Give Up

Vic: Never Give Up, Jerry Gill, 2014, ISBN 9781889823614This is the third in a series of novels about your average female resident of the early 20th century who isn't really so average.Victoria Custer's "day job" is as a travel and adventure writer for her local, Nebraska, newspaper. Using the pen name Vic Challenger, she travels to places that even experienced, male adventurers would hesitate to visit. Vic has a very good reason; she has inside of her an avatar of a 100,000-year-old cavewoman…See More
Aug 7, 2014
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Review-Shadow on the Sun

Shadow on the Sun, R. Julian Cox, Northern Light Publishing, 2012This present-day techno-thriller is about the intersection of government, big business and a possible nuclear apocalypse.A well-known dissident Iranian scientist tells the US President, Juan Sanchez, that a major earthquake is coming for the Pacific Northwest. The "Big One" won't happen sometime in the future, but in the next couple of months. The fault line just happens to go through the Hanford nuclear complex, home to thousands…See More
Jul 28, 2014

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Jul 17, 2014
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Review-Red Rising

Red Rising, Pierce Brown, 2014, ISBN 9780345539786First of a trilogy, this book is all about revolution, and love.Darrow has spent his entire life as a miner, living underground on Mars. Part of a colony whose job is to mine Helium, all of the miners have been told, for many years, that the surface is uninhabitable. They are helping to build a new human society on Mars. Doubts enter into Darrow's mind after his wife is murdered by the brutal, sadistic government. Recruited by a secret…See More
Jul 7, 2014
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Review-Vyrkarion: The Talisman of Anor

Vyrkarion: The Talisman of Anor, J.A. Cullum, 2013, ISBN 9781770530287Last of a trilogy, this fantasy tale takes place on a planet with nine different races. For the humans, an ever-present threat is of being enslaved by a race of shape-changing lizard people. There's also an ancient prophecy whose time has come.While traveling, a young noblewoman named Alanna meets Myrriden, a wizard who is also bearer of Vyrkarion, one of eight living crystals. Myrriden makes Alanna Vyrkarion's new bearer. He…See More
Jul 3, 2014
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At 2:29pm on July 17, 2014,
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At 6:37pm on February 1, 2014,
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Diana Persaud
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If you are seeking FREE books to review, join a FB group called Authors and Reviewers. We really need reviewers! All genres are posted on the site. I hope you check it out.

Diana

At 5:58pm on January 9, 2013,
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Jessica O'Gorek
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Paul- when I click on your link above I get a message from Kaspersky that your site has a trojan virus. Just an FYI for you.

 
 
 

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