When Lanie is scared out her wits by two blue-grey ghosts in her room, she and Ryan set out to get to the bottom of it. And find some really funny business going on.
As American forces take control of the situation in Baghdad, Iraq sees a rise in the Jihadi movement. With people disappearing without notice, Khafaji finds himself in the centre of one such investigation. How does he manage to come out of the web of lies and mistrust?
Adeena plays the Duncan Cello and immediately falls asleep. Another woman, Katherine Carnegie, from the 18th century comes alive, and is playing her song in front of a live audience.
My thanks to Shalini and Steve for having me participate in this book blitz. BOOK LINKSAmazon USAAmazon UK BOOK BLURB Two women connected by the same musical soul. Two composers transposed across time into each other’s world by the mysterious forces of a priceless 18th Century cello. In the final instalment of the Song for a... Continue Reading →
What was it like to land up on the Auschwitz station with your twin? What was normal if getting to keep your clothes and hair were privileges?
Chilling, but true. Every word of it. Genre: Non-fictionBookxpert Rating: 4.5/5 A huge thank you to the author, John Carney, and tour organizer Anne Cater, for the review copy, and having me on the tour. Buy 'Operation Jihadi Bride' now (Amazon Kindle)Goodreads BOOK BLURB Would you turn your back on a teenage Jihadi bride and... Continue Reading →
Travel back in time to change the future? Or live fully in the present and let time take its own course?
What do those with depression and anxiety go through? What does it feel like to be the world-champion and yet feel empty? Read this book for these, and more such struggles.