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

The Vegetarian by Han Kang (translated by Deborah Smith) – #BookReview

Synopsis of The Vegetarian (by Han Kang): In The Vegetarian (by Han Kang, translated by Deborah Smith), Yeong-hye and her husband lived an ordinary life before the nightmares began. But when splintering, blood-soaked images start haunting her thoughts, Yeong-hye decides to purge her mind and renounce eating meat. In a country where societal mores are strictly obeyed,… Continue reading The Vegetarian by Han Kang (translated by Deborah Smith) – #BookReview

The Hole by Hye-Young Pyun (Translated by Sora Kim-Russell) #BookReview

Synopsis of The Hole (by Hye-Young Pyun): A Bestseller in Korea, a Psychological Thriller about Loneliness and the Dark Truths We Try to Bury In this tense, gripping novel by a rising star of Korean literature, Ogi has woken from a coma after causing a devastating car accident that took his wife’s life and left… Continue reading The Hole by Hye-Young Pyun (Translated by Sora Kim-Russell) #BookReview

The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin – #BookReview

Synopsis of The Fifth Season (The Broken Earth Series): This is the way the world ends. Again. Three terrible things happen in a single day. Essun, a woman living an ordinary life in a small town, comes home to find that her husband has brutally murdered their son and kidnapped their daughter. Meanwhile, mighty Sanze… Continue reading The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin – #BookReview

The Good Son Book Review – #YouJeongJeong

Synopsis of The Good Son: In The Good Son, The Talented Mr. Ripley meets The Bad Seed in this breathless, chilling psychological thriller by the bestselling novelist known as “Korea’s Stephen King”. You Jeong Jeong is the master of creating thriller novels in Korea. Who can you trust if you can’t trust yourself? Early one morning, twenty-six-year-old Yu-jin… Continue reading The Good Son Book Review – #YouJeongJeong

The Impossible Fairytale by Han Yujoo – #BookReview

Synopsis of The Impossible Fairytale: The Impossible Fairytale tells the story of the nameless ‘Child’, who struggles to make a mark on the world, and her classmate Mia, whose spoiled life is everything the Child’s is not. At school, adults are nearly invisible, and the society the children create on their own is marked by… Continue reading The Impossible Fairytale by Han Yujoo – #BookReview