Saturday, December 26, 2009



Julia Dudek takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride through a dark, twisted tunnel as it enters the human psyche. The ride begins slow, then speed picks up, and suddenly you feel like you're on a rocket. As you wait to see if there will be light at the end of that horrifying tunnel as chills go up your spine, while sitting on the edge of your seat, you witness a heart-pounding thriller. This compelling, nail-biting story portrays the terrible truths that hide behind everyday appearances. The plot is a spellbinding, chilling journey that reveals just how little we know about the world around us. The pages are filled with revenge, passion, and rage, with a spectrum of terror that only a few can see. Evil has its winning ways, but how far will Angelique McCourt go to seek her revenge on Bernadette's killer? Will Angelique find the mysterious pieces to the bizarre puzzle? This spine-tingling suspenseful journey will continue through relentless psychological torment. How many victims will detective Ben Marsden find, and does he solve the puzzle before Angelique? On the quest of vengeance for the murder of her best friend, does Angelique's life fall apart, and how does she change? Does an intelligent beauty queen, with a photographic memory battle a blood-thirsty monster, and where does she find that demon? As rage and danger light up the pages, while Angelique embarks on a ruthless mission to hunt the killer, who's on the hunt for her? Does Angelique's mission become seductive and deadly to find the missing pieces? Will passion distort the hidden truth in the case? After suffering the loss of a loved one, then jumping into the mind of a deranged killer, will Angelique survive her struggles for justice as she faces her worst fears? I highly recommend this novel to all thriller lovers. The pages are packed with drama, the characters are intriguing, and the plot explodes into an entertaining, psychological thriller. The author cleverly defines the good, the bad, and the evil through characters that come to life in a twisted, emotional story. "PIECES" is as chilling as DON'T SAY A WORD, as intense as ALONG CAME A SPIDER and as suspenseful as THE BONE COLLECTOR, with Denzel Washington, and Angelina Jolie.

Sunday, December 13, 2009



Maisy was a good witch, very kind to people, unlike her deceased family members, who were evil. The only living member in Maisy's family was her cousin Egbert. Maisy lived in a tree-house, and Egbert lived at the far side of the woods. Although Maisy lived alone, she enjoyed her privacy. People misjudged her, because she was old, and looked like a witch. Egbert was very old, and was a scary wizard. Maisy spent most of her life, trying to fix things. She was happy to turn wrong into right, except she was clumsy, and her magic didn't always turn out to be the way she wanted. She tried to remove the rainbow stripes from her talking cat, but failed. She attempted to help her talking owl, so that the owl could communicate with other owls, but failed. Maisy was one not to give up, so one day while going to visit Egbert, she decided to fetch ingredients to fix her cat. However, she was distracted in the woods by Leo, and a young girl crying. Melissa ran away from her evil uncle, and Leo did not know who he was. Maisy welcomed Leo and Melissa to live with her, so that Melissa would be safe, and Leo could help out with chores, while watching over Melissa. While collecting herbs in Maisy's garden, Melissa was taken away by her uncle's men to the castle, after the villain hit Leo. Why did uncle Tarquin want Melissa dead, before the age of eighteen? Why couldn't Leo remember who he was? Who gave Maisy the nickname of Butterfingers? Who was Prince Christian, and what happened to him in the woods? who joins Maisy to rescue Melissa, who was locked away in the castle? Who does Egbert use a magic reversing spell on? Who rode the broomstick, which became a white horse, and where were they going? Does Tarquin pay for his cruelty, and greed? Who poisoned the king, and why? Who was Jack, and what did he tell Maisy? Who was Bardolf, and what did Tarquin order him to do? I highly recommend this fascinating and educational story to children of all ages, filled with magical powers in a thrilling adventure. Morgan Fitzsimons, author and artist, created a complete triumph, which turns into a Masterpiece of delightful entertainment. Creatures come to life, and cat and owl light up the pages with humor. The unforgettable characters are impressive as drama continues in the unpredictable castle. Do the knights win the battle, and does Melissa find freedom? What happens to Leo, and did the toad eat the fly? Find out the moral to the story in this outrageous odyssey of fun and fantasy as the epic adventure unfolds in this amazing, magical world. "BUTTERFINGERS AND SECRETS" is as enchanting as BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, as captivating as HARRY POTTER, and as hilarious as SHREK THE THIRD.

Monday, December 7, 2009


Ranked As Amazon's Most Helpful Favorable Review.


Stephanie Duckworth-Elliot created a great adventure in a compelling
journey through an incredible story portrayed in the life of McKenzie
Jones, who was challenged by her teacher to present the history of her
Native American culture in front of the entire class. She is a proud, strong young woman, who believes in her Wampanoag heritage, and her
upbringing shines light into her heart. Although she works hard trying to
convince classmates of the history, and knowledge of her roots, can she
prepare decades of history in one weekend? Does her grandfather help
her to absorb the history and wisdom of the ancient Wampanoag culture, and is she confident to stand tall with her presentation? Will she
remember to present the morals and values of a proud culture, while removing misconceptions that exist, or will she face humiliation, and
disciplinary action? I highly recommend this novel to young adults, and to anyone interested in the history of the Native American culture. I also recommend this book to young women, who wish to build their self-esteem and confidence by following the strength, and spirit of McKenzie.
The author painted a portrait of vivid imagery. The cover is picture-perfect in the second edition, with true to life characters in a breathtaking story. In the end, does McKenzie find the final peace that she has been searching for? Stephanie Duckworth-Elliot penned a setting where the legends told from McKenzie's grandfather can be softly heard in the background as warrior's dance to the beating of drums, turning the plot into a Masterpiece. Follow McKenzie to the farm, where she tended chores with the light of her life, her grandfather. Listen carefully to his wondrous storytelling as the bond between him, and McKenzie becomes stronger. Did McKenzie's grandfather help McKenzie
to grow in spirit, while claiming her Wampanoag identity? "PONEASEQUA: GODDESS OF THE WATERS" is as entertaining as THE HORSE WHISPERER, and as inspiring as Walt Disney's TUCK EVERLASTING.

Saturday, December 5, 2009



"GONEAWAY INTO THE LAND" is a unique story that takes the reader on a journey through life as we follow the footsteps of John Greber, a young hero. At age twelve, John was brave enough to travel into the land
of the unknown to confront his father face-to-face, better known as "The Beast" through John's eyes. John made a secret vow to seek revenge on his abusive father, rescue his sister, and help his mother during a Civil War that threatens not only the land, but the world. As John guides the
reader through the battle of horror, with survival as the ultimate goal, he becomes stronger each step of the way as he shares his strength with Ellie, and Marney. The reader can feel his strength as we continue a journey through the wonders of youth, learning life's intense lessons, while absorbing the pleasures of childhood. Can the reader relate to any of the dramatic events that take place in the land of evil? Does the reader feel hope as the journey continues? Can a parent read through the mind of Ellie? Does Marney learn to treat John with Respect, and admiration?
I recommend this novel to teens, adults, and all fantasy lovers. Jeffrey B. Allen created a Masterpiece, a captivating story the reader can never forget. The author's wild imagination draws the reader in, like a magnet. The plot is superb, and his charismatic characters come to life. "GONEAWAY INTO THE LAND" is a riveting tale of not just John's epic journey, but also our journey through life. The vivid description of "The Beast" is incredible. The remarkable journey is chilling, haunting, and mysterious as it takes the reader to a place with unforgettable consequences. John Greber tugs at the reader's heart as much as Trevor does in "PAY IT FORWARD." Jeffrey B. Allen's "GONEAWAY INTO THE LAND" transforms into an action-packed adventure that explodes with spectacular special effects, and the reader will indulge into an awe-inspiring experience as if viewing one of Steven Spielberg's finest!