The Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford #BookReview

The first book in the Tenochtitlan Trilogy, The Serpent and the Eagle by Edward Rickford has set the bar quite high for other historical fiction books. The book is based on the Spanish-Mexica war. This first book of this trilogy focuses on the greed, ambition, and circumstances that occurred leading to the war. Although Governor…

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Saving Grace by D.M. Barr #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Readers’ Favorite Book Award Contest – Enter Today! Grace Rendell was sure that her husband, Eliot, was not only cheating on her but was also conspiring to murder her as soon as she inherited her father’s billions. Convincing others, however, of her convictions was not an easy task for…

Ellie, Everlasting by Isabel Scheck

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. If knowing that Ellie, Everlasting by Isabel Scheck showcases Neverland as a real place, you have an image of an all fun and happy book, then you are very badly mistaken. Ellie, Everlasting goes too dark too soon. Yes, the plot revolves around Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and other fairies,…

Overland: 16 Total Strangers Traveling through 8 Countries in 1 Broken Down Truck – Welcome to Africa by Pete Mandra #BookReview

Although a cynic would doubt that a book, whose plot is based entirely upon traveling across Africa for six weeks in a truck filled with strangers, would be entertaining enough to actually allow them to immerse in it, the author’s humorous and sarcasm-filled writing with just enough details about the journey would definitely prove to…