Book Review: Time Crawlers by Varun Sayal

“Sin is geographical.”

A collection of six uniquely fascinating and diverse Sci-Fi short stories, Varun Sayal’s Time Crawlers provides an interesting take on the complexity of the university and intrigue regarding parallel worlds. From magic lamps to disturbingly dark societal practices, Time Crawlers provides entertainment for a wide audience.

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Book Review: Animal Farm by George Orwell

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

A grim and twisted rendition of the Russian Revolution and Stalin’s rise to power, George Orwell’s Animal Farm is a magnificent classic that continues to amaze readers over 50 years past its original release. Tired of taking demands from the human farmer Mr. Jones, the animals on Manor Farm fight for their freedom and for equal rights among all animals. But what happens when some take advantage over other animals? Is there such a thing as equality among all when not all seek this value?

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Book Review: Dark Wine at Midnight by Jenna Barwin

“The Lux had an old adage: With time, truth is revealed. She just hoped they had enough time to learn the truth.”

In her debut paranormal romance novel, Jenna Barwin’s Dark Wine at Midnight is overwhelmingly seductive with an aura of mystery and suspense. Enticing and surreptitious, Dark Wine at Midnight leaves readers completely speechless at the twists and turns Barwin takes us on this urban fantasy journey. Will Cerissa be able to uncover the secrets among the residents of the Sierra Escondida (a.k.a. The Hill) community? Can she trust Henry with her innermost secrets?

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