Audiobook Review: The Story of My Life, Helen Keller

The Story of My LifeBy: Helen Keller Narrated by: Frances Cassidy Listening Length:4 hours Audio Published: January 5th 2009 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: "Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing." —Helen Keller Before she was two years old, scarlet fever destroyed Helen Keller's sight and hearing. At seven, alone and withdrawn, she was rescued by Anne Sullivan,... Continue Reading →

Poetry Review: Crossroads, Mihai Brinas

Crossroads By: Mihai Brinas Published: August 19th 2018 Length: 31 Pages Rating: ⭐⭐⭐1/2 Synopsis: Crossroads is a collection of poems that talks about positive thinking, love, life, happiness and sometimes sadness. After you have read this collection, you will gladly relive old feelings or you will be astonished to discover new ones. Review: I've read two... Continue Reading →

Book Review: That Night, Cecily Wolfe

That Night By: Cecily Wolfe Published: July 4th 2017 Length:165 pages Rating:  Synopsis: Drug overdoses don't happen to girls with good grades and athletic prowess, with longtime friends and a devoted boyfriend. Or do they? When high school seniors Cassidy and Sarah, along with Kayla's boyfriend Paul, discover their best friend Kayla unconscious at a party,... Continue Reading →

Short Story Review: Cotton Tale, E.C. Fisher

Cotton Tale By: E.C. Fisher Published: July 17th 2018 Length: 60 pages Rating:  Synopsis: A private jet violently crash-lands on a deserted island. Captain Newton and his stewardess Rebecca are reluctantly forced to band together with the Vanderbach family as a means of survival. They soon discover the island holds a dark secret the mainland has... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Time Crawlers, Varun Sayal

Time Crawlers By: Varun Sayal Length: 100 Pages Published: June 15th 2018 Rating:  Synopsis: Billions of universes run slightly parallel to our own universe; worlds full of infinite possibilities. There are many humans living in those parallel worlds, leading their lives, in a very similar way to how we are leading ours. But their respective realities differ... Continue Reading →

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