Book Review: Hamartia by Raquel Rich

Author: Raquel Rich Publisher: Words Matter Publishing Series or Standalone: Standalone Genre: Science Fiction Source: Provided free of charge by the author in exchange for an honest review  Goodreads Rating: 4.44  🌳Buy on Amazon here🌳 "I'll know when i know" Synopsis: "Grace's nine-year-old son, Jordan, is dying. First, the Metagenesis disease will tear his soul from his body, and then it will kill him. Desperate for a … Continue reading Book Review: Hamartia by Raquel Rich

Book Review: The Familiars by Stacey Halls

This is the best book I've read so far this year! Wow, I’ve never read a book like this, I found it so wonderfully original and interesting. It was well paced for its style (slower than a thriller, quicker than a Dickens novel). For me what made this story so wonderful is the people and the friendships. I felt so connected to Fleetwood and Alice and really cared about their story,

Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

he Story of Lale Sokolov is sadly not based on fiction, so I cannot in any capacity critique the story, only the storytelling. I was amazed by Lale’s ability to survive and the way he put himself at risk to take care of others. This story showed how even in the worst imaginable conditions hope could be found, friendships could be made and lives can be saved. The love story was of course very special and beautiful especially as its true. However, I didn't find myself emotionally affected until the authors note where we learn what happened to Lale and Gita after the war.