Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster A judge is brutally murdered; a sixteen year-old girl is accused. Josie Bates, an attorney who left her high powered law practice when her skill inadvertently led to the deaths of two small children, cannot turn her back on this one. Reluctantly she takes on a case that will put […]
Midnight Black – The Purge by R. J. Eastwood Ex DEA agent, Billy Russell, committed a heinous crime against a man who committed an unspeakable crime against him. Billy was sentenced to 20 years hard labor in total isolation from the outside world. Without explanation, he is suddenly paroled 5 years early. Returning to society, […]
Summary & Analysis of Factfulness by ZIP Reads Hans Rosling challenges everything you thought you knew about the world in his groundbreaking book, Factfulness. Think you know what percent of the world is vaccinated? Or many people have access to electricity? Rosling proves that whatever you think, you’re most likely wrong. Learn how to fight […]
Annie Cooper is fed up with Washington. More importantly, she’s done with being Senator George Cooper’s daughter and all the expectations that come with it. She changes her name and tries to start fresh after quitting her job, but the only position she can find is in the political world she despises. Kip Porter is […]
On offer, for a limited time only. “There are no outbreaks in the UK or Ireland.” That’s what the government broadcast before London was evacuated. Now the radio is silent, the government gone, the power has been cut, and the street outside Bill Wright’s window is filled with the undead. He is trapped. He is […]
Genre: Dystopian Does the history we ignore paint the landscape of our future? Why does mankind find it so difficult to learn from mistakes of the past? These are some of the questions explored in the fictional tale of Truth’s Blood. It is the declining years of the American empire and the United States can […]
I am not sure I can adequately express the feeling of hearing this story told. I thought an audio book would feel a bit anticlimactic. After all, I knew who these characters were, I knew the story, I knew how it ended and yet I found myself caught up as if I it was unfolding for the first time. That was an amazing experience.