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Review – Come Home Alive: The Power of Knowing How to Work Together to Make It Through the Crisis of Cancer by Mari D. Martin

Traditional wisdom dictates that to fight against cancer is to fight a losing battle. One can only prepare for the unavoidable sight of decimated bodies littering the field. The book, Come Home Alive: The Power of Knowing how to Work Together to Make It Through the Crisis of Cancer by Mari D.

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Review – Journey to Acceptance: Finding Hope, Support, and Peace for Your Autistic Child by Michelle Vanessa O’Reilly

How should one measure the depth of a mother’s love for her child? Is it by tearing out her traumatized heart from her bosom and spreading it out for everyone to see? Or would you do it by asking her to give up her child in return for not losing

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Review: The Fishbowl by David L. Simmons

When peering into a fish tank, you find yourself transfixed. Aquariums are popular for many reasons, including their relaxing environment, the satisfaction that comes from keeping a living creature alive, and so on. Perhaps people like them so much because they reveal the fascinating personal lives of fish, which are

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Review: Kidnapped by Alice Weil

“No need to worry, they just kidnap men” was the biggest lie told to Alice and disproven by the tragedy that would culminate in her being captive for 269 days while in Colombia. That is the harrowing real-life story told by the author and victim, Alice Weil, in her second

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Review – LOVING A BEAUTIFUL MIND: Schizophrenia and an Amazing God! by Carolyn T. Linn

Have you ever wondered what life is like for individuals who suffer from mental illnesses? Facing reality with an unpredictable mind is a challenge not for the bearer alone but for the people around them as well. An awe-striking journal of a wife who battled her husband’s mental instability, Loving

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Review: The Sad and Painful Journey of a Struggling Disabled Black Man: Surviving Against All Odds. “Don’t Quit” by Chibike I. Nwabude

Can a man be so unlucky that he always becomes the target of bullying and discrimination in his life and career? Chibike Ichifenelo Nwabude in his autobiographical book The Sad and Painful Journey of a Struggling Disabled Black Man: Surviving Against All Odds. “Don’t Quit” elevates bullying and discrimination to

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Review: An Artist Responds to Political Injustice by Jennifer Hereth

Injustice, in its multitudinous forms, is unabating. It is so unequivocal in its jarring relentlessness that even the most uncaring individual must, at some point in his life, draw the line when it coldly stares him in the face. That the greater majority of humanity prefer to preserve our so-called

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