A powerful and poignant read that oozes suspense The American Visa’s cumulative emotional power resides in its ability to bring reality to life without reducing it to just another generic story.
A thoughtful, beautifully observed and genuinely affecting biography that explores the long-reaching effects of grief, ‘If I Cry I’ll Fill the Ocean’ presents the incredibly personal journey of Catherine Linehan by her daughter Ida Linehan Young.
Pitching the rhetoric at just the right point between the believable and the unbelievable compels the reader to continue, and forces them to ponder on possible political realities of the future.
Taut, corrosive and compelling, Eva Carmichael’s latest release has the galvanic appeal of her previous release “A Twisted Mind” in its portrait of a twisted and savage criminal.
A good memoir, told well with a modicum of literary prowess, builds an emotional bridge to its author.
A grounded and thoroughly enthralling exploration of what happens when a former headliner and super fan connect, what Sarus gives us is a rounded, original story.
In reality, very few partners leave at the onset of abuse. Families live with domestic abuse for a significant period of time, and the abused will often return to the perpetrator after attempting to leave.
Fun, decidedly dark and certainly different, Ben, Tico, Holly and Ava have dealt with a lot of strange magic over the years but none stranger than the abduction of Rose by the fearsome beast Rapscallion.
The imaginary worlds and characters of fantasy fiction continue to enthral readers around the world.
In terms of pure entertainment value, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more pulse-pounding read than Secret Specter with Rebecca Hawke confidently equipped to join the legacy of great fictional action.