Contemporary Book Reviews (1999 - )
What should you read next? Only you can answer that, but here are some thoughts on modern literature, recent releases, and everything in between.
Afterlife - A Review
S. P. Cloward's Afterlife is a gripping and exciting novel about Wesley Lohmann, a human who accidentally dies, but doesn't really 'die' in the true sense. In this article we get a little sneak peek of what this riveting novel has in store for avid readers.
An Ordinary Woman - A Review
Donna Hill's An Ordinary Woman is a great literary read involving three main characters that are weak, yet strong in so many ways. Hill's masterpiece reveals literature at its very best!
Archie's Daughter - A Review
Jane Seaford's Archie's Daughter is a very touching story about Sally and her quest to find out the truth about what happened to her mother, who had 'gone away' when she was very young. A touching and inspiring novel about mental illness and depression, and how it affects loved ones.
Book Review - Believe Like A Child
Paige Dearth's Believe Like A Child is a touching novel about a young girl Alessa, who goes through years of molestation by her uncle, right under the family roof and under the noses of her family members. An intense, incredible read; read on to see the full review!
Book Review - Lasso Me A Mom
Lasso Me A Mom is a novel about a foster teen Nikkie Turner who's been moved from one foster home to another, having never had a stable home to call her own. Read on to peruse the full review of one of Stephanie Jackson's latest novels!
Book Review - Leave of Absence
Tanya J. Peterson's Leave of Absence is a story about two people who suffer immensely from mental issues, but through each other's friendship they are able to face thier fears and slowly accept the hope of a new beginning. Check out the full review of this new read!
Book Review - My Life in a Nutshell
My Life in a Nutshell tells the story of a man named Brian Cunningham, who suffers from social anxiety and personality disorder, and how he copes with these issues on a daily basis. Read on for the full review!
Kaitlyn´s Secrets Review
A review of Elaine Babich´s Kaitlyn Secrets, a set of two books -and the continuation of The Kaitlyn Chronicles- that narrates the life of Kaitlyn Simons as an adult. like the books before, she overcomes goes through major life changes to overcome all obstacles with much courage and bravery.
On Literary Writing – Having a Theme
So you desire to write a book. You have a story line in place. You have your characters in mind, and you even have an idea about how your book is going to end. The question is – what exactly do you want to communicate to your readers? Read on to find out more!
Review - The Help by Kathryn Stockett
With 59 days as Amazon’s best-seller and its film adaptation certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, this was one of the highlights of Summer 2011.
The Kaitlyn Chronicles Review
A review of Elaine Babich's The Kaitlyn Chronicles, a set of four books about the life of a young girl battling various hardships - emotional and physical, among others. Very nicely written set of e-books for the reading pleasure of any lit fic enthusiast!
The Miracle Inspector - A Dystopian Novel Literary Fiction Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Literary Fiction Site Map
A review of Helen Smith's The Miracle Inspector, a novel set in a futuristic London that's a far cry from London today. The country is divided, Londoners are trapped in their city with no means of escape, governed by sets of rules that promise death as penalty if disobeyed.
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