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Finding The Rainbow
Finding The Rainbow
Review by Petrine
This was a lovely story. The subject area made me think it would be really depressing but I enjoyed the way that the writer put her own slant on her experience in a way that left me feeling that she will one day get her dream, and if she doesn't she will survive. I liked it a lot and would recommend to anyone going through a personal challenge and how you need to find a different perspective. I think is book will be a great success.. Thank you for your story....


Finding The Rainbow
Finding The Rainbow
Review by Aurora
I received this book via amazon, early - after ordering it pre release. It was a story I was highly interested in as I have followed the author for a while on her page. I had expectations, but can I tell you it was more than that. I'm someone who has also experienced miscarriage and some infertility challenges. The story is warm, emotional, honest, raw and it keeps you going through the author's own pregnancy stories, each making you feel the ups and the downs. Her strength and her honesty is touching, and yet she stays positive and seems to show a real sense of humour and reality to her situation. I highly recommend to others whether you have had the same experiences or whether you want a story of a woman's strength to enjoy. Its not a long book, it took me a few hours, but I couldn't put it down....


Three Decades of Duty (The Comedy)
Three Decades of Duty (The Comedy)
Review by Brian
Thoroughly enjoyable and an easy read, having never served in the Army it is a refreshing angle on what the Army and particularly the Parachute Regiment get up to around the world. I laughed out loud at some of the stories, others were very amusing and some very poignant. An excellent insight into the make up of soldiers and their sense of humour. Very well done. ...


The Somewhat Bumpy Story Of The Bath On Legs
The Somewhat Bumpy Story Of The Bath On Legs
Review by Thomas
Great book for all kids. Lots of adventure and twists ...


Chopwell Story
Chopwell Story
Review by Sylvia
John read your book just before he died. He was thrilled and amused to have been included in your story. It seemed to me quite a good story but I felt you tried too hard to vent your rage from a personal point of view. Please get in touch if you can....


Destiny Falls
Destiny Falls
Review by Karina
I first wondered if this book would be up to scratch as the author is so young, but then I was duly reminded that Francoise Sagan and Tove Ditlevsen wrote fantastic books at the age of eighteen so I duly sat down to read a book I didn't expect to enjoy that much. How wrong was I! This is a fast paced and entertaining book with a clever plot that keeps you guessing until the end. It also has a serious undertone portraying what happens in the harsh social world of young people these days. My daughter who is 13 and dyslexic, also read it with and almost obsessional interest which is a first since reading is quite difficult for her. It is also very interesting to know the authors back story and that so much of this book has an autobiographical thread running through it so the work of this young woman can only leave you touched and very impressed. Next time I hear that young people now a days are lazy and good for nothing, I will give them this book and suggest they read it before making further comments. Well done Ms Monteiro and I can't wait for the next installment. For those of you who don't know what to give as stocking fillers for your teenagers and family, I suggest you give them this as it's sure to keep them well away from the TV. An all together good read which bodes well for the future work of this author....


Marginus Morius
Marginus Morius
Review by Eugenia
I had the privilege to read this book in Greek and now I am very glad to see its English edition. There are books that you read for pleasure and there are books that transform your life in a way you could have never imagined. Marginus Morius is a magical fable about a spiritual journey. Almost on every page there is a hidden message for those who struggle for a spiritual path and look for a meaning in daily life. Every few years a book is published that changes the lives of its readers forever. ...


Lightblaser
Lightblaser
Review by Richard
Really enjoyed this book, the way it opens out a new world to discover and the rich history that the author has begun to reveal. Can not wait to see the next part of this great saga....


The Lady Predator
The Lady Predator
Review by maki
Disturbingly honest, explicit and moving confession that's not easy to forget. ...


The Lady Predator
The Lady Predator
Review by Aleksandar
That book is sooo sooo good, i loved it,i have read it for several times,and every time i read it i had a feeling that I am reading that book for the first time,i really enyoid it.Recommend for all users of this site,and all people to read it. ...


The Lady Predator
The Lady Predator
Review by dejana
I loved it.It is my favorite kind of story (true story).While reading I couldn't concentrate to get anything done.If you enjoy a read that will stay with you for days after you finish it,than I recommend you The Lady Predator....


Mantra to Mahatma!
Mantra to Mahatma!
Review by Clive Martyn, Examiner for Trinity College, Editor
It was a humbling experience to read such a range of texts imbued with both erudition and playfulness. So far I have particularly enjoyed ‘Hail Himalayas’, ‘The Empire and The Ruled’, ‘Restoration’, ‘His Name’, and ‘From A Mistress!...


Life's a Bag of Laughs
Life's a Bag of Laughs
Review by Helen
Brilliant! So glad my friend recommended this to me, a great read, very funny and I can totally relate to it! This is a great, easy going book with short chapters of real life capers to make you giggle with wonder or secretly admit that you've totally done the same!...


Life's a Bag of Laughs
Life's a Bag of Laughs
Review by Angela
Recommended by a friend and I am so glad she did. Very funny anecdotes which you can totally relate to. Easy to read and highly recommended holiday reading. Looking forward to the next book...


Life's a Bag of Laughs
Life's a Bag of Laughs
Review by Emma
a fantastic, funny book packed with short tales of embarrassing moments, to laugh out loud stories of disaster. I read it in the bath, on the train but I think the best place to read this would be on the beach!! ...


Batsu
Batsu
Review by Richard Hardie
My reasons for buying a book vary from the fact that one of my favourite authors, Terry Pratchett, or Bernard Cornwell has a new release, to the need to buy research material for my own writing projects. In the case of Batsu, I met Richard Frankland at a book signing and was intrigued enough both by him and by what he had to say to break the habit of a lifetime and buy a book by an author I’d never heard of and in a genre I don’t normally read. A decision I didn’t regret. Batsu is Japanese for “retribution” and is a sequel to the first in the series of books about Ian Vaughan. In the first of the series, Vaughan and his family are kidnapped by the Japanese Red Brigade terrorist group, although Vaughan manages to foil the terror gang’s plot and rescue his family, killing a couple of the terrorists in the process including the sister of one of the terror group leaders. The whole episode does irreparable harm to his marriage, which is where “Batsu” starts. Two of the Japanese terror gang have been released from prison and sent under cover to the UK with other terrorists, via Canada. Once in the UK they rescue the leader of their terror group and having joined up with agents from North Korea, they put their plans into effect for a major coup against the West. You’ll have to read “Batsu” to find out what the coup is and Richard Frankland keeps you guessing until the end with numerous satisfying red herrings. I mentioned that this isn’t a genre I normally enjoy, but “Batsu” is superbly written and crafted and I would put it on a par with Fredrick Forsyth at his best. Frankland’s Japanese terrorists are chillingly ruthless as killers, and yet have the perfect manners and humility that is inherent is the Japanese psyche. Frankland’s hero, Ian Vaughan, is a likeable character and one that you have sympathy for both initially and more so as the book progresses. His wife has left him and taken his children, allowing him the absolute minimum of visiting rights and one of the terrorists is determined to take revenge on Vaughan for the killing of his sister. Ian tries to stay out of trouble and let the secret services deal with the situation, but when the terrorists arrive in the West Country very near to where he’s staying Ian decides he needs to act. “Batsu” or “Retribution” is aptly titled. Is it Vaughan’s retribution for the destruction of his marriage and family, or is it the vengeance of one of the terrorists for the death of his sister? Is it the retribution of a violent Japanese terrorist group against Western capitalism, or the revenge of the terrorist leader whose plans Vaughan wrecked in Richard Frankland’s first book. “Batsu” is highly satisfying as a thriller on every level. The twists and turns are not there to annoy the reader, as they are in so many books, they’re logical and intrinsic to the plot. None of the characters are superfluous and are all well structured. Most importantly the ending is fist-pumpingly good. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it to anyone. ...


Escaped From Syria
Escaped From Syria
Review by Uma Khan
It is a Heart touching book. The author has kept it simple, clear and gripping throughout the whole book, just didn't want to put it down. After reading the book it made me reflect on my own life. It just gave me slightly closer glimpse of truly horrifying events that actually taking place in Syria. I would highly recommend the book it is amazing read!...


Escaped From Syria
Escaped From Syria
Review by Anne
The novel gives an insight into the struggles which the Syrians are facing. Not only does it explore the issues surrounding what is going on in Syria, but it further elaborates on the difficulties the refugees face when fleeing their country. I hear that the author is supporting charities in Syria. Wow. An inspirational woman! Definitely one to look out for. Full five stars from me!...


Escaped From Syria
Escaped From Syria
Review by Optimistic!
The book is inspired by real events, which gives resonance to the truth behind the Syrian regime. Dramatic embellishments aside, the hard hitting truth surrounding Syria is explored through the eyes of a middle class Syrian women called Latifa. The extents of what the regime is doing to innocent Syrian civilians is to say the least emotional and completely wrong. From gassed children littering the floor like musical statues to women being raped without remorse. The compelling truth behind what many Syrians have gone through just to survive. A really emotional rollercoaster as you read through the chapters hoping within yourself that the next chapter will bring happiness to these people. Once you begin to read you are fixed to the story line as it explores real life events. For all the bookworms this is a great read! ...


Escaped From Syria
Escaped From Syria
Review by meemz
This is an excellent read! From the moment I picked up the book I couldn't put it down! Its SO gripping from beginning to end! I loved the suspence building throughout! It gives you a insight into the lives of those going through these events. A brilliant book, most definitely recommend! ...


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