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Einstein's Compass

EINSTEIN’ S COMPASS by Grace Blair and Laren Bright is an exciting YA novel that weaves the life and discoveries of Albert Einstein with the eternal battle of good and evil.  Blair and Bright introduce an evil entity into their novel that is destined to become Einstein’s nemesis.  This dark power is named Raka and among his ...

Ekstasis - The Return of the Sovereign Heart

Ekstasis - The Return of the Sovereign Heart by M.I. Dugast offers an unusual blend of romance and enlightenment. This is Dugast's first book in her Ekstasis magical realism romance series. I had to look up the word Ekstasis to try to get a better idea of what the title is intended to convey. This is what I found for ...


Electric Savvy by Blaine C. Readler is a very interesting take on electricity. The book chronicles electricity-not just the different components, but also the history. Electric Savvy delves into every appliance, AC, etc. in your home. Readler does so in a manner that both the expert and the layman can understand and comprehend. You will read ...

Electro: a small Texas town

Electro: A Small Texas Town (EMP Book 1) written by David Lisenby is an entertaining apocalyptic tale that takes place in Hardin County, Texas.  The story opens with a prelude of the lives of the main characters; Levi, Arlene, Harold, Kay, Roxie, Alice, Bailey, and Ashlyn. Each of their introductions ends with their sudden immersion into ...

Ellie Cat Wants To Know How To Wake Up Happy Everyday

"Ellie cat wants to know how to wake up happy every day" is written by Sam Rice. The children's book is a charming read-a-loud picture book that features a delightful grey kitten with an appealing smile. The vocabulary is appropriate for beginning readers with a little assistance and will contribute to vocabulary building.

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Elodia's Knife

 The historical novel, Elodia’s Knife by Robert S. Phillips, is both entertaining and historically informative. The author’s extensive research into the fall of the Roman Empire is documented by including excerpts from the journal of Ammianus Marcellinus, a Roman soldier, and historian. This major historical account of Ancient Rome ...

Elvis: Destined To Die Young

Destined to Die Young is the definitive examination of why the world lost Elvis Presley on August 16, 1977, when he was only forty-two years old. Author Sally Hoedel has painstakingly researched the subject and offers factual and scientific data—plus never-before-published information she gained by interviewing people who personally knew Elvis—to ...

Embracing God In The Right Perspective With The Right Foundation of Faith In Him

Embracing God In The Right Perspective With The Right Foundation of Faith In Him, by Chris Tham is a faith-based non-fiction treatise. Tham has written an extensively researched book, a religiously oriented discourse that reveals his spiritual insights. His stated intention for his research and subsequent writing is for the reader to discover his ...

End It by the Gun

End It By The Gun by Kenechukwu Obi is a fascinating tale about a novelist named Beck Blades.  The story opens with Beck lamenting the fact that he has written his eleventh novel and how it has ruined his life. 

Obi quickly takes the reader into Beck’s struggle with the will to write and the interpersonal and external factors ...

Enigma Tracer

Enigma Tracer, by Breakfield and Burkey, is Book One of a new Thriller series, Enigma Heirs. Recognized and praised for techno-thriller/suspense novels set in contemporary or futuristic settings, the authors utilize their technical expertise that readers found in the Enigma Series. This new novel expands the scope of past stories in its use of cutting-edge ...


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