Fall/Winter 2017 Book Reviews

Men and boys increasingly want to be active participants in their own health care, and Rosemary Gladstar’s Herbal Healing for Men is a superb resource. Source: Fall/Winter 2017 Book Reviews

Ending Alzheimer’s Disease

Originally posted on Storiform.com:
The End of Alzheimer’s, by Dale Bredesen, MD, is finally out. I’ve been waiting for this forever. All the details of his protocol are now available to the public! This book may save your mind and the minds of your loved ones. Buy it. Read it. Loan it to your…

GRAB THIS!

Originally posted on ellisnelson:
From now until Jan. 2, INTO THE LAND OF SNOWS (Kindle edition) is discounted to 99 cents on Amazon. Sixteen year old Blake travels to Base Camp on Mt. Everest to spend time with his physician father. When a deadly avalanche occurs, Dad is forced to rethink things and sends Blake…

You and Freud in the Middle of the Night by Robert L. Penick

Background photo: HypnoArt/Pixabay, CC0.Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark The work of Robert L. Penick has appeared in over 100 different literary journals, including The Hudson Review, North American Review, and The California Quarterly.  He lives in Louisville, KY, USA, with his free-range box turtle, Sheldon, and edits Ristau, a tiny literary annual.  More of his writing…

Book Review: Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

Originally posted on THE ROYAL POLAR BEAR READS:
Suprising. Unexpected. Mysterious. Nyxia holds me at the end by displaying an unexpected twist that I am commending Scott Reintgen for writing it so well. At first, the book is promising. There are earlier chapters that I didn’t expect that I will have a hard time sinking…

OWL KILLERS by Karen Maitland

Originally posted on ellisnelson:
During the Middle Ages, a lay group of women dedicated to a life of prayer, hard work, and community service thrived in the Low Countries. Known as the Beguines, Karen Maitland imagines what it might have been like for a group of these women to have struck out on their own…

Book Review: Morning Star by Pierce Brown

Originally posted on THE ROYAL POLAR BEAR READS:
Satisfied. So many heartaches. Undeniably one of the best ending of a trilogy. Morning Star didn’t just captivates my whole attention in the story at all but also how it was executed so well that I couldn’t think any plot holes in the trilogy. It was one…