Insperience: Meditation Unbound Review

Inspirience is an audiobook by Richard L. Haight that describes his journey with meditation. He teaches his readers how to properly meditate and become one with their surroundings to gain inner peace. I would suggest that you read the book rather than listening to the audiobook, as the audiobook still has several audio glitches where […]

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The Chosen (Contender #1) Blog Tour Plus Review

The Chosen (Contender #1) by Taran Matharu Publisher: Feiwel and Friends Release Date: June 4th 2019 Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction Introducing an epic new trilogy from Taran Matharu, author of the New York Times–bestselling Summoner series.  Throughout history, people have vanished with no explanation. A group of teenagers are about to discover why. Cade is […]

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The Gate Trilogy #2: The Nowhere Gate Review

The Nowhere Gate by K.T. Munson is the sequel to the Sixth Gate. It follows Elisabeth and Ki from the previous novel and continues with the events after that novel. Nanette and Ethan are getting closer every day, but the is the species issue with Nanette being human and Ethan not. Ethan has to protect […]

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Twilight #1 Book Review/Movie Review

I finally got around to reading Twilight and watching the movie again. Boy, did I notice the difference. I finally felt the pain that Bella felt in New Moon when Edward leaves her, simply because the Edward in the book is so much more, passionate and loving towards Bella than Edward in the movie. Both […]

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The Cage Review

Cora Mason was on her way to the first real family vacation she had in years in wintry Virginia. Now, somehow, she wakes up in the midst of a red desert in punk rock clothes that she never owned. Trying to remember what her father’s guard had told her in case she was kidnapped for […]

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Orleans Review

Imagine a dystopian United States where the Gulf Coast States of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Texas are cut off by a huge wall. The reason for this includes hurricanes pounding this area almost yearly from 2005 onward. Every time the areas rebuilt, another hurricane slammed them, making them start over. After this, the Fever swept […]

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CHERUB #3: Maximum Security Review

The third mission that James is going on may be his most difficult yet. John originally wanted to punish him for getting into trouble around the Cherub base, but then this mission came up and it would be far more dangerous than any recruitment mission. Jane Oxford, a thrill seeker, has been illegally selling US […]

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CHERUB #2: The Dealer Review

James and his friends Kerry, Bruce, and Gabrielle have their first mission after summer vacation, and since James and Bruce have been slacking off Kerry and Gabrielle beat them performance-wise in the mission and so Bruce and James must walk back to the hotel. When they arrive back at the hotel, Kerry and Gabrielle mock […]

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CHERUB #1: The Recruit Review

James Choke, a 12 year old boy friend London, has a rather unconventional childhood. his mom ran a shoplifting ring in the city, so he never wanted for anything that could be bought in his life. Emotionally, he longs for the days that his 9 year old sister Lauren’s birth father wasn’t in his life. […]

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Twilight Eclipse Movie Vs. Book with Spoilers

This review is a tough one for me personally. I enjoyed both the book and the movie, however to me the movie seemed like a larger fan service with mostly back and forth between Jacob and Edward. In the book it seemed the same way, except for the fact that both parties put up a […]

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