Articles By Timea Barabas

Book Review: Cry of an Osprey by Angie Vancise

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Romance

"Cry of an Osprey" by Angie Vancise is, in short, an emotional roller-coaster. Although the main topic seems to be an alternative love story, this is only the backdrop for a bigger picture to which each reader can relate to a certain degree. It is a story about family ties, solidarity and losing a loved one.

Book Review: I'll Be Looking at the Moon: A Novel About Finding Home by Lucia Barrett

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Romance

A fitting book for spring, since it is about rebirth and life, "I'll Be Looking at the Moon" by Lucia Barrett will fill your lungs with the fresh smell of wild flowers. While it can easily be cataloged as romance, the novel has deeper layers to it, which surpass the stereotypical love connection between a man and a woman. It is also a story about family and above all about the Self.

Book Review: Power to the Papal: Exposing Public Enemy 1 by Ilise Sorele

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Spirituality Religion

Ilise Sorele's book "Power to the Papal" is dedicated by the author herself to all the truth seekers from around the world. Falling into the category of religion and conspiracy theories, it could actually be a treat to anyone who is interested in either of these topics. This book is the result of 10 years of Bible research which eventually lead to a coherent personal line of thought that remains strong throughout the pages.

Book Review: Bully by Emme Dun

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Law Legal

"Bully" is the debut novel of Emme Dun with which she made quite an entrance. This gay/lesbian, legal thriller based on true events will reveal to you the more dismal tones of the American justice system.

Book Review: Bound by My Choices: How a Death Nearly Broke Me, But the Navy Saved Me

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Non Fiction

This illustrated memoir is a modern fairy tale of how a troubled young boy managed to overcome the many obstacles thrown his way and how he continues to do so as an adult. Keshawn A. Spence claims that he is bound by his choices, but as his story unfolds, the opposite message seems to emerge, one of freedom and possibilities.

Book Review: Money Please Come Back by Jeremy Kho

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Self Help

Jeremy Kho came back with another significant book about how to manage your finances. Following "The Journey from Poor Procrastinator to Invested Millennial", which encouraged the reader to take charge of his or her finances and become an active economic agent, "Money Please Come Back: Changing Your Relationship with Money and Growing It" takes things to the next level. This book works as an easy to read step by step guide toward reaching not just financial independence but freedom.

Book Review: Sunborn Rising: Beneath the Fall by Aaron Safronoff

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Young Adults

Breaking into the world of fantasy with a meaningful contribution is not an easy task, but Aaron Safronoff managed to do just that with "Sunborn Rising: Beneath the Fall". Actually, this is only the first book of the series and it's the key to the gates of a magically fresh universe. This YA fantasy thriller is but a part of the Sunborn Rising experience, which stretches far beyond the colorful pages of the book.

Book Review: The Antigone Poems by Marie Slaight

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: Poetry Playscripts

Certain stories are timeless, and they can be reshaped in many ways, without losing their essence, such is the story of Antigone. First introduced to the world as a heroine by Sophocles, she now re-emerges in The Antigone Poems of Marie Slaight. However, the heroine of this volume is not one woman, but all.

Book Review: A Question of Power (The Fire Chronicles Book 2) by Susi Wright

Published: Thursday 12th of September / Category: SciFi Fantasy Horror

A Question of Power is the second book of the series The Fire Chronicles by Susi Wright. Preceded by Lord of Fire, this Question offers some answers in this volume, but hides several more in a sequel yet to come. If you want to take a trip into a land of fantasy, filled with adventure and romance, embark on the journey of The Fire Chronicles.