Review -Opening Gates by Nancy King

Synopsis:Summer, 1956. With her parents away and her boyfriend abroad, Rennie is on her own. To make money for college, she takes a job as a recreational therapist in a large mental hospital in New York City, despite her reluctance to sign a loyalty oath in the charged times of McCarthyism. She has no relevant…

Review – Everyone versus Everyone by Arthur Jay

Synopsis: In Arthur Jay’s latest adventure, public hysteria has reached epic proportions over the class action lawsuit of Everyone versus Everyone. Fed up with the status quo, everyone is suing everyone for the state of religion, politics, the arts, the environment and the American Dream. Sixteen trillion dollars hang in the balance as corporations, politicians, and…

Review – Afterlife by Tim Gurung

Synopsis: Afterlife follows the journey of Enos Bronte when his life here on earth ends. Enos experiences loneliness, weakness, fear, hope and even utter exhaustion as he crosses different landscapes to meet his maker and be reborn again. It is the story of one such mind that would take readers into not only weird, eerie and scary…