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Book Review: Customer Escalations Management by Nikolaos Zormpas

Customer Escalations Management is a wonderful book about managing a company effectively. There is so much misinformation out there on how to handle customer conflicts. Nikolaos Zormpas has made his customer relations program accessible to all readers.


Zormpas’s “escalation center” function is a wonderful tool to ensure that all…


Added by Irene Roth on March 14, 2022 at 1:11pm — No Comments

Book Review: Consenting Adult by Peter Skeels

This is a very intriguing novel that is thought-provoking and philosophical. I love the modern approach to the ten commandments and how the author weaves the Socratic method into his story. I love the questioning scepticism spirit of the narrative and how readers are also led on this journey of self-questioning.


The story is about Jonathan, who is hired to teach a creative writing class at a local college. He set on a quest as a modern-day Moses to rewrite the ten…


Added by Irene Roth on March 12, 2022 at 4:24pm — No Comments

Book Review: Love at War

Love at War: A Love Story

By Lynelle Clark


    This is an unforgettable story of seeing love in the most unexpected places. It is a story about abduction, rape, abuse, reproductive rights and much more. It is not a book for sensitive readers. But it is a story that will haunt the reader for a very long time.


    Sonia had a very hard life. She suffered some horrific ordeals. She was…


Added by Irene Roth on February 25, 2022 at 2:37pm — No Comments

Book Review: Arcadia's Children 5: Samantha's War

   This is another intricate, action-packed science fiction story that will keep the reader sitting at the edge of their seat until the last page. It is the fifth book of this riveting series of stories, and this is one is just as pondering and scary as the others.


   This story is a sequel to Pushley’s Escape. Samantha’s War is the continuation of this story, although there seems to be even more at stake for the main players.


   The story is about Samantha…


Added by Irene Roth on February 19, 2022 at 2:06pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Dragon Storm - Gates

   Anthony DiPaolo’s thriller, suspense story is superbly written and richly descriptive. The characters are brilliant, and the settings are so vibrant. The story is so wonderfully woven in this supernatural thriller. The story grabs the attention of the reader from the beginning to the last word. It is an incredible story that will have you reading until it is all done.


   The story is a fabled Ancient Egyptian papyrus which has been split into twelve parts and placed…


Added by Irene Roth on January 25, 2022 at 11:12am — No Comments

Book Review: Superior by Andrew R. Williams

   This is sci-fi story that outdoes all Andrew Williams’ previous stories in intensity and danger. As a sequel to Jim’s Revenge, it continues where the other story leaves off, but with even more intensity and pulsating activity that will make the reader become so invested in the story that she can’t let go until she has read the last word. I just…


Added by Irene Roth on October 26, 2021 at 6:54pm — No Comments

Book Review: Solar Warden by Peter Fuller

   Requiem is Peter Fuller’s second book in the Solar Warden series. It is a wonderfully written book that is richly descriptive with skillfully drawn settings and characters. Fuller weaves a well-crafted Military Science fiction that will draw the reader right into the story from the very beginning. The book is full of exciting and suspenseful…


Added by Irene Roth on October 4, 2021 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Beautiful Addiction by Zeev Gilkis

   This is another wonderfully inspiring book by Dr. Gilkis about how to age with grace and dignity. I have had the pleasure of reviewing a few of his books over the last year or so. His message for individuals as they age is that we no longer need to constrict and merely function as we get older. Instead, we can be our best and thrive.


   Since, as Dr. Gilkis argues, the body is the temple of the soul; therefore, we should take care of it in every way that we can so that it…


Added by Irene Roth on September 25, 2021 at 12:59pm — No Comments

Book Review: With the Sea Beside Me by Meade Fischer

This is an authentic traveler’s guide to California’s Central and North Coast by a person who just loves to travel. It is like no other traveler’s guide that you ever read since it provides an intimate experience of this breathtakingly picturesque area on the California coast.


Fischer’s book is a collection of vignettes about the Central and…


Added by Irene Roth on September 17, 2021 at 2:58pm — No Comments

Book Review: Cosmic Coastal Chronicle by Meade Fischer

This is a unique book about the adventures and reflections of a person as he travelled along the west coast. It is a divine place, one where people can see deep into their souls and pause to reflect on their place in this vast and beautiful planet, we call earth.


   There is something about the Pacific coast that is so entrancing. Thousands…


Added by Irene Roth on September 3, 2021 at 2:50pm — No Comments

Book Review: Shadows in the Forest

   This is a wonderful sci-fi story that will capture your imagination and move you to read the book from start to finish in one sitting. I started reading the book one evening about a week ago and I ended up staying up most of the night finishing it up. I just couldn’t put it down. The plot is so intriguing and the characters interesting.




Added by Irene Roth on August 24, 2021 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Book Review: Arcadia's Children 4: Exodus

   This is a sequel to Arcadia’s Children 3: Pushley’s Escape. Like the other three books in the series, this book is just as poignant, and action packed as the rest of his books in this series.


   This is a story of action and intrigue in a unique sci-fi setting. It is a story that will have you reading and rereading passages because…


Added by Irene Roth on July 15, 2021 at 3:25pm — No Comments

Book Review: Death Mask by Nora Delzelle

This story is a wonderful blend of many genres such as action and adventure, mystery, romance, and fantasy. It is written in a unique format—one that I haven’t ever seen before. And the depth and breath of the emotion expressed in this book is also beyond anything I have ever seen, making this a wonderful read!


This book is written by a debut…


Added by Irene Roth on July 13, 2021 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: In Sickness and in Health by Demetria Alexander Grissett

   This is a wonderfully personal and inspiring account of Demetria’s journey through cancer and back. It is a journal of how she coped from day to day from this terrible disease by putting her trust in God and the process of writing through her pain.


   No one wants to hear that they have cancer. But once Demetria was diagnosed with Multiple…


Added by Irene Roth on June 26, 2021 at 1:36pm — No Comments

Book Review: The 'Great' Kickin' Dog

   This is a wonderful story about a dysfunctional family that tries to cope with life’s ups and downs in its own way. There is sadness, turmoil, and anxiety throughout the pages of this book. But there is also the hope and resilience to overcome a lot of hardships in their midst through perseverance and hard work.


   The story is about John…


Added by Irene Roth on June 12, 2021 at 1:27pm — No Comments

Book Review: The Making of a Spy

     Everyone’s childhood is influenced by the parents and other adults. Some of these experiences are good and wholesome, while others are not so good. But this story is poignant and honest, and it showcases some of these experiences.


    Most of us, either intentionally or unintentionally, bring the experiences we had in our earlier years…


Added by Irene Roth on March 27, 2021 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Book Review: Raging Watrs in the South China Sea

Raging Waters in the South China Sea: What the Battle for Supremacy Means for Southeast Asia

By Rachel Winston


    This is a clear, well-written, and interesting book about the South China Sea. I had no idea that there were so many environmental issues in Southeast China. This makes…


Added by Irene Roth on March 10, 2021 at 2:17pm — No Comments

Book Review: 50 Years in the OR by Ron Whitchurch

Ron Whitchurch’s book is an insightful and honest exploration about how an OR nurse, specializing in anesthesia manages to cope. The stories contained in this book are priceless. They clearly showcase that a normal day for a nurse anesthetist is difficult and hard to bear. Yet because of this its probably the most exhilarating and exciting type of nursing practise there is.


    Whitchurch’s career spanned five decades. And during this time, he has a lot of stories…


Added by Irene Roth on February 20, 2021 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Book Review: Lost in Cleveland With the Ghost of Joseph Stalin

This is a supernatural story that has deep metaphysical underpinnings. Being a philosopher, I genuinely enjoyed the story because it was so different and brilliant in the way it was portrayed and written. The characters are multi-dimensional and deep, taking the reader on spellbinding escapades never envisaged until its almost too late. It’s a gripping read.


      As the story starts, the reader is transported into the summer of 1953 in America when Calvin Jefferson Coolidge…


Added by Irene Roth on February 11, 2021 at 11:46am — No Comments

Book Review: How to Abolish Child Sexual Abuse by Steve A. Mizera

      It is sad that child abuse is so prevalent by law enforcement people such as the police. We are taught from an early age to respect the Police because they are supposed to serve and protect. However, when this doesn’t happen, our psyches are fractured, and a loss of trust ensues.


      This book is a sad memoir of how a life can be hampered and destroyed by child molesters who should know better. Steve Mizera was physically and mentally abused as a child in an…


Added by Irene Roth on February 1, 2021 at 1:18pm — No Comments

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