Book Reviews

The latest indie book reviews from Self-Publishing Review

Review: Slammin’ by Marcus Paul Cootsona

Slammin' ReviewAt fifty-three years old, lifetime tennis pro Wally Wilson has shelved his ambition for a comfortable and happy life as a tennis instructor for the rich and richer of Silicon Valley, under the watch of the questionable benefactor 17-year-old Ashley Margincall.…

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Review: EXTENDEDCOMPANION by William Krasinski

EXTENDEDCOMPANION reviewCaptain Wilek and other ABC captains have been around for quite some time and they know more than most that breakthrough technology is fantastic. That is until the technology becomes dated. Wilek and the others have survived other attempts to “retire” them.…

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Review: Lights of Valencia by Michael Pilcher

Lights in Valencia ReviewOliver, a twenty-something American ex-pat, escapes into Valencian culture while he prepares for the local celebrations of Fallas with his Spanish girlfriend Maria. But bad memories of his childhood back in the US are harder to escape than he thought.

Lights of Valencia is a treasure on various levels.…

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Review: A Specter’s Journey by Ekin Odabas

A Specter's Journey ReviewA Specter’s Journey starts in the middle of a hellish gunfight, as our hero Jackie Clarke blasts his way through the streets to rescue his kidnapped wife, Melody. What a great beginning! Instead of the boring start many use, of their hero waking up in bed, or contemplating life over a coffee, Odabaş throws his readers into the action, immediately gripping his audience and seducing with language.…

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