Tag Archives: adventure

The Power of Seventy by Gerard Colenbrander

The Power of Seventy by Gerard ColenbranderThe Power of Seventy by Gerard Colenbrander is a fun and adventurous tale about discovering treasure in the Congo. Jaco, Ralph and Rusty are men in their seventies who have a reunion after a long absence. With the knowledge of treasure somewhere in the African jungle, the three men try and retrieve the treasure by land, sea, and sky, in creative and innovative ways, and prove that seventy is still young.…

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Review: Ganesha’s Temple (The Temple Wars #1) by Rohit Gaur

★★★★½ Ganesha's Temple by Rohit Gaur

Ganesha’s Temple by Rohit Gaur is a masterful and meaningful adventure.

Escapism is one of the basic reasons why people read, so books that transport readers to completely new worlds, or rarely seen corners of this one, are particularly compelling.…

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Review: Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo

★★★★ Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo

Doing one small thing can make a world of difference, if it’s the right thing.

Roots Entwine by Victoria Bastedo is an entertaining and heartfelt young adult fantasy adventure.

15-year-old Joaquin is different. When just a baby his family decides to keep him hidden from the people in town.…

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The Adventure of Writing a Memoir – When All Balls Drop

When you see the word ‘adventure,’ you probably think of action, travel, and the outdoors. You don’t naturally think of writing. However, I beg to defer. 

I define adventure as something new, challenging, and perhaps frightening. In almost all cases, it’s all consuming.

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Review: James Clyde and the Diamonds of Orchestra by Colm McElwain

James Clyde and the Diamonds of Orchestra is a wonderful addition to the young adult fantasy adventure genre. The story is entertaining, fast-paced, and imaginative. James Clyde, an orphan, along with his two friends, Ben and Mary Forester, must safeguard a magical diamond from an evil man dressed in black.…

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Review: A Change in Management by RJ Johnson

RJ Johnson’s Change in Management: A Jim Meade Martian PI Novel, is an interesting mix of science fiction and detective story. Jim Meade, a Runabout, doesn’t have much going for him. He has no money and is trying to make ends meet by competing in Zero-G fights.…

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Review: Voodoo Gold by James H. Jenks

Imagine that you are nearing forty with a wife and kids. Now, envision that even though you aren’t a professional soldier, you’ve signed up more than once for the Army Reserves. The first time you signed the dotted line was to pay for school.…

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