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review 2017-05-23 21:49
Book Review For: 'Bonding With the Beast' by Evangeline Anderson
Bonding With the Beast: a Kindred Tales novella: (Alien Warrior BBW Science Fiction Single Mother Romance) (Brides of the Kindred) - Evangeline Anderson,Reese Dante,Barb Rice

'Bonding With the Beast' by Evangeline Anderson is the story of Isobel and Hail.
Isobel is a single mother who left an abusive husband and feels she has not time or want for romance. But she has been dreaming of a man who makes her feel the want of him.
Hail is a Dark Alien who thinks that he can't have a relationship because of his dark temper that he has to have a gauge to control it. But when he meets Isobel he feels a connection to her and she to him. Can these two be able to work through their issues?
This is a Dark Hot Alien Romance with about 161 pages.
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url 2017-05-16 16:27
Dante in search of Enlightenment
Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
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Dante Alighieri

 

Learning from the Wise and Ancient Poets... Sacred #spiritual #poetry and quotes by #Dante

 

The Divine Comedy is an epic poem written around 1300AC. This sacred poem is an allegory of our journey to enlightenment...

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/8/dante-alighieri
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text 2017-01-19 02:08
7 To-Reads That Make Me Very, Very Nervous
Titus Groan - Mervyn Peake
Don Quixote - Roberto González Echevarría,John Rutherford,Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
The Fireman: A Novel - Joe Hill
11/22/63 - Stephen King
Peace - Gene Wolfe
The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 1 - Malcolm C. Lyons,Ursula Lyons
The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 05 - Dante Alighieri,Gustave Doré,Henry Francis Cary

Like a lot of people, I have a few books that, for various reasons, I haven't gotten to yet. These are ones that just flat scare me.

 

1. Titus Groan - Mervyn Peake  Titus Groan - Mervyn Peake  

 

    The first of the Gormenghast novels, I very much want to read this because it is a genre classic, heavy on character, rich in language, and deeply weird. I've dipped in a couple times and, frankly, ,the dense prose and deeply strange people  scare me a bit. Still, on the bucket list.

 

2. Don Quixote - Roberto González Echevarría,John Rutherford,Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra  Don Quixote - Roberto González Echevarría,John Rutherford,Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra  

 

    Obviously, it's a stone classic. Also, it is a satire of the chivalric romances that has come to epitomize them. Irony! It scares me because nobody makes it past the windmills.

 

3. The Fireman: A Novel - Joe Hill  The Fireman: A Novel - Joe Hill  

 

    I loved Twentieth Century Ghosts and Heart--Shaped Box, liked Horns, and never finished NOS4A2. Those conflicted feelings, plus my general dislike for post-apocalyptia, equals a long stay on the TBR shelf.

 

4. 11/22/63 - Stephen King  11/22/63 - Stephen King  

 

     So much frigging book. I started this around the time it came out and got something like 250 pages in. Solid, but slow, and some of the timey-wimey stuff was a bit off to me. Plus, bigger King is not always better King.

 

5. Peace - Gene Wolfe  Peace - Gene Wolfe  

 

    Combine dense language with mind-fuckery and I worry. Also, a lot of people say multiple readings are necessary to truly appreciate it. I'm sure it's excellent, but it seems like a lot of work.

 

6. The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 1 - Malcolm C. Lyons,Ursula Lyons  The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights Volume 1 - Malcolm C. Lyons,Ursula Lyons  

 

    I own all three volumes of this translation of the Calcutta 2. This is a hard one for me, because The Arabian Nights is a huge part of me as a reader (Hell, I've even read whole books on it's provenance and influence, namely Irwin's Arabian Nights Companion), influencing my love of nesting stories, but there are many nasty undertones. On top of that, we're talking about 2,400 pages. Yes, this is a more modern-reading translation than the classic Burton, but still...

 

7. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 05 - Dante Alighieri,Gustave Doré,Henry Francis Cary  The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 05 - Dante Alighieri,Gustave Doré,Henry Francis Cary  

 

    I have a coffee-table edition of the entire Divine Comedy, illustrated by Dore. It's huge, it's gorgeous... It's epic poetry.

 

I will read all of these, but no promises as to when, as I am a coward.

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review 2017-01-19 01:40
Inferno by Dan Brown
Inferno - Dan Brown

Another Dan Brown classic! Robert Langdon is back in this book with another winding tale of symbology, secret passageways and allegorical puzzle. Once I started reading it I could not put it back down. I started reading the last 150 pages last night and after 3 hours found myself at the 98th chapter. The story is so immersive and mind boggling one wants to know what, why, who, when…all the time.

 

Inferno spans 3 most architectural cities of the world, starting from the artist’s haven i.e. Paris, sprinting into the beautiful waters and gigantic St. Mark’s Square of Venice and finally flying to its end straight into the East’s Heart i.e. Istanbul. As always, Dan Brown was very intimate and detailed about the architectural beauty of each historical building that Professor Landgon set foot in.

The most defining part of the whole story-line is that the plot spans a total of 2 days and 2 night only. 48 hours of Robert Langdon and a dramatic unraveling of Dante’s seven levels of hell. This is what makes it so empowering and fills your imagination with hundreds of minute thoughts, codes, architectural details. So much so that one can forget the subtle hints of the dark and twisty ending. But being a serial movie watcher that I am, I did guess some part of it by the beginning of the end (how boastful of me).

 

Nevertheless, the ending is kind of a boggling turn of events. I do not want to provide any spoilers so lets just say that the book’s ending is nothing like what you think it is. Its exactly the opposite. Still it needs to be said here that, although the story itself was riveting, the curtain dropping moment was not as imaginative and thrilling as I would have liked it to be. And as Inferno readers have come to known Dan Brown by. Still, its definitely, worth the read. Also, if you are a Dan Brown follower like me, you would read anything he offers like the Scripture.

 

I would highly recommend this book to detective and mystery novel enthusiasts with a touch of thrill.

 

Cheers.

Source: writebeforeyouspeak.wordpress.com/2017/01/13/book-review-inferno-by-dan-brown-best-books-of-2016
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review 2017-01-12 07:29
Painted On My Heart - Kindle Alexander,Reese Dante,Jae Ashley

As in several other of Kindle Alexander's books, Painted On My Heart brings together two MCs from completely different parts of society; Kellus Hardin is an extremely talented artist guy who doesn't have much and works hard just pay his bills and live his life without too much ado, whereas Arik Layne owns and runs a chain of resort hotels, mingles with the rich and famous and never has to worry about money.


I was amazed at how the author made me believe how Arik was drawn to Kellus through his art before he even met the man considering that I myself have zero knowledge or appreciation for most artwork. Once Arik met Kellus there was no stopping him; he went after what he wanted in a rather pushy manner bordering on being too much.
Kellus had a hard time believing a successful, wealthy man like Arik would actually take an interest in him, plus he had a shitload of baggage still interfering with his life so he was very reluctant to give into Arik.

 

Of course love won in the end and I liked Arik and Kellus immensely as a couple. But before things were resolved, I was suffering quite a lot through a major case of one of my biggest peeves; I cannot deal with people being too nice and forgiving the unforgivable! Kellus was supposed to be a real nice person - a "good man", I get that. But this at times went way too far into doormat territory, which was incredibly hard to take.


I still really liked the book and it was nice to have some old acquaintences involved , but it was not the best from Kindle Alexander (that's what happens when you write really awesome books - the bar is insanely high for the next ones ;-)).

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