Book Review: Dangerous Cargo: An Aidan McRaney Crime Thriller by J M Shorney

Ever since my university days, I've had a thing for gangster films and books. So, when something similar comes my way to review, I just can't resist. Dangerous Cargo: An Aidan McRaney Crime Thriller by J M Shorney is a crime thriller told from the perspective of the criminal, Aidan McRaney. Although McRaney is on 'the straight … Continue reading Book Review: Dangerous Cargo: An Aidan McRaney Crime Thriller by J M Shorney

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Book Review: The Uncommon Life of Alfred Warner in Six Days by Juliet Conlin

This was probably the hardest book review I ever had to write. Not because I didn't like the book, but because I loved it way too much. I don't think Joyful Antidotes can do the story justice. All I can recommend you to do is buy the book for you and all your friends.

Book Review: Strip Naked and Re-dress with Happiness: How to survive and thrive through personal challenge by Maria Hocking

There were two aspects of this book which reached out to me and which I feel will stick around for a while. One is the statement "what you believe about yourself may not be true." This is something I am guilty of but hadn't realised before.

Book Review: When Your Child is Gay: What You Need to Know by Wesley C. Davidson and Dr. Jonathan Tobkes

However, I feel that the most beneficial aspect of this book was that it was written by someone who has been through this, someone who wasn't afraid to admit that, although they are very supportive, also went through stages of disbelief. This made for a non-patronising tone to the book.