August Reading Wrap-Up: The 3 Books I Read in August

August Reading Wrap-up – The 3 Books I Read in August. In August, I was in a fanatic mood to just read more. It was one of my main goals. I have actually read a lot of books during the past few months, but I haven’t had the time to write up all the reviews… Continue reading August Reading Wrap-Up: The 3 Books I Read in August

Book Review: The Fifth Column by Andrew Gross #bookstagram

Synopsis of The Fifth Column by Andrew Gross The Fifth Column written by Andrew Gross is a three-part spy thriller centred around the protagonist (Charles Mossman). The first part of the story has Charles Mossman in a bar in 1939 after losing his job and having trouble with his wife. He gets drunk, nearly addicted… Continue reading Book Review: The Fifth Column by Andrew Gross #bookstagram

Book Review: Life Undercover by Amaryllis Fox #booktwitter

Synopsis of Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA by Amaryllis Fox You would think Life Undercover by Amaryllis Fox would be all about her fascinating and exciting life in the CIA. You would imagine that Amaryllis Fox would be a woman James Bond running around, doing spy things and catching bad guys in… Continue reading Book Review: Life Undercover by Amaryllis Fox #booktwitter

Book Review: The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter #booktwitter

Synopsis of The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter is a gruesome, in-your-face, high-pitched crime thriller. But it is also about how an incredibly disturbing and life-threatening situation more than 28 years ago has affected the lives of two sisters (Charlie Quinn and Sam Quinn) in both seen and unseen… Continue reading Book Review: The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter #booktwitter

Prey by Michael Crichton (A Book Review)

Synopsis of the Book ‘Prey’ By Michael Crichton Michael Crichton’s novel ‘Prey’ is essentially about a swarm of rogue microrobots that have escaped from the lab and the attempt of a few scientists trying to retrieve them from the Nevada desert. The nanorobot Swarm is self-reproducing, self-sustaining and learns from experience like real-life A.I. The… Continue reading Prey by Michael Crichton (A Book Review)

Why does the West Rule for now? (Book Review)

Why Does the West Rule for Now?? (Book Review) I have just finished reading the book: Why does the West Rule For Now? and it has been a very exciting read. The first half or more of the book is quite a long history lesson and then we get some speculative talk of the future.… Continue reading Why does the West Rule for now? (Book Review)

My Reading WishList

My Reading Wishlist! Hello, folks!Because we have started the FlyIntoBooks.com’s “100 Books in 2021 Challenge“ we thought that you might need to get an idea of what books to delve into! Here’s where “My Reading Wishlist” comes into play! What’s a Reading Wishlist? It’s all the books that I want to read for the “100… Continue reading My Reading WishList

100 Books in 2021 Challenge!

100 Books in 2021 Challenge! Hello, everyone! We’re back again with a new challenge in 2021 to spruce up your life! With all the rain and bad weather we have been having in Australia recently it’s time to get under the bed covers and read some lovely books! So, we have a new challenge which… Continue reading 100 Books in 2021 Challenge!

Oslo Spies by S.J. Slagle – #BookReview #Spy #Thriller

White Chrysanthemum by Mary Lynn Bracht – #BookPreview #Historical Fiction George Orwell’s 1984 Big Brother: Your Burning Questions Answered The Good Son Book Review – #YouJeongJeong Synopsis of Oslo Spies (by S.J. Slagle): In S.J. Slagle’s Oslo Spies, Norway is a destroyed country at the end of World War II. Norway lost hundreds of teachers and religious… Continue reading Oslo Spies by S.J. Slagle – #BookReview #Spy #Thriller

Eden Chip by Scott Cramer – #BookReview #Scifi

Synopsis of Eden Chip (by Scott Cramer): In Scott Cramer’s Eden Chip: Thanks to nanochips implanted in human brains, the world is at peace in 2055. But not everyone likes having their emotions controlled, or their religion suppressed. Eighteen-year-old Raissa embarks upon a perilous mission to free the world, just days before the release of nanochip Version 7,… Continue reading Eden Chip by Scott Cramer – #BookReview #Scifi