“In the first book, we learn how to become students of the universe and what lessons the great beyond has in store for us. In the second book, we learn to adapt the religious/traditional message to be more technological and cybernetic to relay the message to younger minds.”
Much like the eye-catching title, the author draws you in with his intellect, honesty, and integrity. Throughout the pages, he recalls countless African-American citizens who faced untimely deaths at the hands of corrupt police officers.
The book touches on themes like friendship, imagination, and overcoming your fears to do what is right. Every page comes with excitement and adventure, and as I flip through the pages, I can’t help but want to read more of Tibby’s experiences
Claire S. Cabot delivers another thrilling continuation to her Adelaide Stubbs Mystery series. In “Making a Killing,” we start with the sudden death of Anthony Evans, world-renown CEO of a large mining company.
Sam’s Surprise may be a children’s book yet it’s pretty amusing for a young adult like me as I go through the pages. The important messages are clear and the humor is on point. The word choice is also perfect for children as it’s not complicated to comprehend.
“It’s safe to say that the book title is incredibly fitting. In a nutshell, life is full of positive and adverse events. While it’s certainly easy to lose hope in the face of adversity, the author makes it a point to relay her experiences and advice in a thoughtful, gentle, and sincere manner.”
Another feature of the book I greatly enjoy is his little annotations here and there. While some authors may struggle with providing such details, the author does it with a style that leaves the reader curious and wanting to know more.
The book is an autobiographical masterpiece of maternal abuse, mental illness, and the struggles of poverty while growing up. As Beverly copes with the obstacles of growing up and coming into her own as a teacher..
What makes Marriage Cardiology 101 a good book for couples is this sum of advice and guidance that the minister presents in a skilled way, almost like a manual for a happy and stable marriage, even in the face of turbulent circumstances.
College can be a time to see who you are, as a person, and maybe gain a skill that can lead to a profitable career. It is also relatively easy to fall “off the rails” and turn college into a disaster.