Fall of the Raven by Thymournia

If pain could reveal the depth of its intensity, the words would match very closely with Fall of the Raven by Thymournia. Raven is the center of this photo-book. Each black and white picture inspires ever-consuming loneliness, and each pain-infused passage produces a detachment from the world. In the beginning, the heart of the narrator…

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Payback – Tales of Love, Hate and Revenge by Steve Bassett #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Acting homicide chief Lieutenant Nick Cisco is up to his eyeballs with unsolved homicide cases. Dead bodies are showing up left and right, and the slow pace of the investigations has made him a laughing stock in the media. When mutilated dead bodies start showing up with tattooed swastika…

Raavan – Enemy of Aryavarta by Amish #BookReview @authoramish

The thing about Amish is that he picks up characters from Indian mythology and reinvents them without holding back his imagination. Raavan is not an exception to this rule. Amish’s Raavan is brave, brilliant, cruel, passionate, and ambitious. He does not flinch at the sight of blood; in fact, his ever-curious brain examines the bleeding…