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Journeys Through Timespace (Journeys Through Book 2) by James Talisman – Review by Brandi Lutz

Journeys Through TimeSpaceJourneys Through TimeSpace by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Earth heroes must learn new skills to obtain treasures. They will travel in the past, the present and the future in order to find and keep these treasures, resulting in a friendship of the three heroes.

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Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman- Review by Lauren West

Journeys Through SpaceTimeJourneys Through SpaceTime by James Talisman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This Sci-Fi creation takes your imagination on whirlwind of 5 different individuals as they navigate personal beliefs, personal struggles, and the overall connection they each somehow have. Its such a fun story that you cant help but want to read from start to finish with no distractions. The relatable characters and life lessons no matter the world they inhabit made the story even more lifelike.
There were so many things about this book that can be said! James Talisman took us on quite the adventure with his Multiverse and the many different characters who inhabit it. The worlds were wonderfully crafted with the most well thought out characters and their intricately woven stories. This book was a complete page turner, and has me revved up for the sequel.

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Alterations by Jane Suen – Review by Crystal Jimmo

Alterations (Alterations #1)Alterations by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First things first! Cliff hangers should be illegal! The cliffhanger at the end of this book spartan kicked me off the cliff with no warning and no parachute to slow my fall. This story has amazing storytelling! I was drawn into the book from page one. From Gigi’s mental disability, to Ellen’s weight loss problem to Lilly’s divorce, each person has something that’s real world relatable and something that at least one person has experience with. The different perspectives were done seamlessly and wonderful. I didn’t get lost on whose perspective I was reading. I was glad you get to see inside Dr. Kite’s perspective. Most of the time you don’t get to see that.
This book did get me thinking. Are we pretty close to achieving this in real life if we keep going? It spurred so many questions about in real life and it made me question “Would I want something like that?
I enjoyed reading this book, and I can’t wait to see what happens next!

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Alterations (Alterations Trilogy, Book 1) by Jane Suen – Review by Krista Vaughan

Alterations (Alterations #1)Alterations by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Alterations (Alterations Trilogy, Book 1) by Jane Suen – Review by Krista Vaughan

Dr. Kite can make all your dreams come true… The love of your life, getting over a divorce…and it’s all done with a little chip implanted in your body. Sounds easy, and too good to be true. Mind control chips to give you what you want. Sounds scary to me. An intriguing story about an alternative “medical” treatment to give you your dreams. Or are they nightmares?

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The Rise Of Manifesto The Great (Planet Hy Man) by Kerrie Noor – Review by Beth McKitrick

The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers (Planet Hy Man)The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers by Kerrie Noor
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book was pretty interesting to me. I knew it was supposed to be a humorous/satirical read, but it is a different type of humor than what I was expecting. It was a fast-paced story, quickly jumping from one point to the next, which I found made it a little bit difficult to get into. The writing was very matter-of-fact, which makes for a good almost documentary-style story, but not as great for connecting to characters. If you like this type of humor, this will make a good book for you, but it wasn’t necessarily my favorite. This doesn’t mean it’s a bad book by any means, just not really up my alley.

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The Rise Of Manifesto The Great (Planet Hy Man) by Kerrie Noor – Review by Mary Catherine Jellison

The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers (Planet Hy Man)The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers by Kerrie Noor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was so different from anything that I have ever picked up to read but I enjoyed it so much.
This story was full of adventure and the characters were brought to life so well. I purposely took my time to read this book just so that it would last longer. I am looking forward to reading more books from this author.

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the Rise of Manifesto the Great (Planet Hy Man) by Kerrie Noor – Review by Stephanie Driskill

The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers (Planet Hy Man)The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers by Kerrie Noor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Campy. Definition of campy is according to Merriam-Webster is “absurdly exaggerated, artificial, or affected in a usually humorous way.” Planet HY Man, so unlike our own everyday life yet so spot on when you think of the book in terms of our banal emotions and humor. Bravo for Kerrie Noor to be able to make us think about our lives but in a humorous and fun way that seems so ironic and farfetched from our lives as we live them now. The Rise of Manifesto the Great by Kerrie Noor is a great book which I can best describe as campy and full of fun. It really reminded me of the early science fiction films from the 50’s and 60’s. I could really picture Manifesto and the rest of the crew laying around bed-diving and smoking hemp. A battle of the sexes at its funniest! It is so great! What makes it such a great read is that it is original, funny, has a bit of mystery in the book but it is just FUN! If you are looking for a book to help wash away the day’s troubles and fall completely into Manifesto’s world and Planet HY Man, you must read this book

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Jeremy Full of Grace by Greta Cribbs – Review by Charlene Yates

Jeremy Full of GraceJeremy Full of Grace by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was apprehensive about this book at first. I read many diverse types of novels at that includes Christian novels. I was not at all against the idea of a male being impregnated as was the virgin Mary, but how this story was actually going to come together and play out. The author wrote a fascinating story wrapped in doubt and awe and a story wrapped also around grief and the ability to overcome things that we ourselves sometimes may feel we cannot. The words were perfect and the vocabulary befitting. I liked it a lot and would recommend reading it, even if there is some self-doubt in if you may or may not like the book, I would still give it a shot because you may find yourself pulled in.

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The Rise of Manifesto the Great (Planet Hy Man) by Kerrie Noor- Review by Lauren West

The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers (Planet Hy Man)The Rise Of Manifesto The Great: A Sci Fi Comedy Where Women Wear The Trousers by Kerrie Noor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was soo much fun to read. The author created this amazing and original new world and provided us with the most unique characters to inhabit it. Kerrie Noor weaves together this quirky ,funny, sarcastic, and witty Sci-Fi Comedy where we explore a true battle of men vs. women. We start of being introduced to the world of Planet Hy Man and watch as men and women come to inhabit this desolate planet. Men and women arrive together to this planet celibate and as the story unfolds we watch as the men solely attempt to impregnate women, and the women fight to establish their equality. Its a very humorous take on men vs women and what it takes for them together to establish this new world despite the sexism and comedic mishaps. You won’t be disappointed with this book.

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