Review: New

New: Stolen from the jungle, they are brilliant, lost...and here! by [Strieber, Whitley]







Found in a dying jungle, six strange babies ae spirited off to the United States where a fantastic discovery is made.
Like us, they are hominids. They don’t share our DNA but they’re highly intelligent.
So they’re animals–less than slaves, but as smart as us.
They are incredibly valuable and the company that discovered them sees a fortune in the making by selling their offspring. But not if primate expert Beth Cooke, brought in to get them to breed, and her Army Ranger husband Charlie have anything to say about it.
Will these brilliant captives get their chance to discover themselves, to look up at the stars, to be free…or will they become an animal commodity, bought and sold like cattle?

Get this extraordinary novel today and find out!

Rating: 5-stars


New by Whitley Strieber is an exciting novel that explores slavery and the extent to how far drug companies will go. Primates are found that peak the interest of a drug company. They use them to breed and sell since they’re not considered humans. Slavery of any kind is inhumane. Especially, with the intentions of this evil group. Money goes far when needed. But even then, a shine of humanity comes through…It was to see how long humanity took over…civilized can be taken many ways. The drug company completely lost their civilized ways and humanity. Morals disappeared. Danger, risks, and evil lurked on every page. Whitley Strieber created a fast-paced tale. One that grabbed my attention from the get go.

New is a frightening read that lingers long after the last page.


Review: Dancing with the Sandman by L.T. Garvin

Dancing with the Sandman







The Sandman cometh dancing to the beat of rock ‘n’ roll, blasting the turmoil of the Sixties. And where are you? West Texas, of course. Billie Jo Dunstan confronts her past, traveling back to the 1960s through a decade of turbulence and swirling color memories, contemplating life growing up in rural Texas. Tragedy and comedy come alive, preserving the past and a portion of small town life that will survive beyond super highways and the ratcheting progress of time.
Garvin’s (And They Came, 2017, etc.) latest novel offers a reflection of one girl’s coming-of-age in small-town Texas in the 1960s. … Garvin is at her best when offering these cheeky nods to the past, never getting bogged down in nostalgia.

A winning narrator enlivens a charming tale of a town facing modernity.–Kirkus Reviews

Rating: 4-stars


Dancing with the Sandman by L.T. Garvin is about a rural town losing its history due to the world. The writing was entertaining to follow and easy to get lost within… Places are always changing yet the same people are still there. The writer gives a deeper look into the protagonist’s past and present life. The pages are fill with humor, memories, and life. It was like watching a movie through Billie Jo’s eyes. Her intake on the past and present made it enjoyable. Overall, this was a heartfelt women’s fictional piece that I do recommend to others. It was fun traveling to Texas with Billie Jo Dunstan.

Review: TSI Assessment Study Guide 2017


Accepted, Inc.’s TSI Assessment Study Guide 2017: TSI Test Preparation Book and Practice Test Questions for the Texas Success Initiative offers:
A detailed overview of what you need to know for the TSI, so that you know exactly what to expect on the TSI exam.

Accepted Inc.’s TSI study guide also covers all of the subjects over which you will be tested.

Includes over 300 TSI practice questions for you to practice and improve.

Test tips and strategies to help you score higher on the TSI assessment.

Rating: 5-stars


Accepted, Inc.’s TSI Assessment Study Guide 2017: TSI Test Preparation Book and Practice Test Questions for the Texas Success Initiative is another excellent study source. This test examination book has everything individuals need to study, practice, learn, and to pass. Full length tests are included for practice test taking. Detailed and full explanations are also inside the book. Examples, test tips, and strategies can be found on every page. There was informal on how the scoring works, what scores are needed, and how the scores are graded. I thought this book was effective and well-done. 

Review: A Casualty of Hope



Bernie Robertson has a recurring nightmare of being pursued by a killer through a snowy desert. This nightmare could be the response to the stress of divorcing an abusive husband and raise a daughter alone, or it could be the repressed memory of an actual event.
When Bernie’s husband is arrested and her apartment trashed, Bernie makes the decision to move to Texas and search for her birth mother. There she meets and begins falling in love with Mike West, a man with a secret he is trying to hide. When she begins the search for her birth mother in earnest, she is plunged into a terrifying situation where the event she is struggling to remember might be the thing that puts her and her daughter in terrible jeopardy.

Rating: 5 stars


A Casualty of Hope by  Marguerite Mooers is a powerful tale that will plunge readers deep into its danger. Readers will follow a woman in a snowy desert running from an enemy. Nightmares that haunt, a killer coming after you, and terror that will bring chills down your spine are what makes this an absolute must read for all. Marguerite Mooers introduces readers to a woman who battles all this and more. She was married to a man who should be locked away forever. Bernie returns back home thinking that she can move on until danger reappears in her life. Causing her to rethink everything and to feel at a loss for what to do. Then, there is the new man in her life who has been holding onto a secret that he wasn’t able to let go until the ending. Will this cause a rift between them or will they finally find the peace and life they always dreamed of…Marguerite Mooers is a talented writer whose characters will send your heart pounding with fear and your  palms sweating in suspense. Overall, I loved reading this novel. A Casualty of Hope is everything readers will want and can ask for in a fictional piece. Brilliantly well-written and told for readers worldwide to enjoy. I highly recommend A Casualty of Hope to all.


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