Author Archives: J D Jung

The Bone Curse (Benjamin Oris Book 1) – Carrie Rubin

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Ben Oris and his friend Laurette go to Paris together and visit the excursions into the catacombs. Ben touches a femur and cuts his hands causing him to show symptoms later on that are medically unsolvable. … Continue reading

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Complete Guide to Foam Rolling – Kyle Stull

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Beneficial for movement by increasing flexibility, range of motion, and some performance; helps reduce pain from higher intensity workouts; and speeds recovery,…” OK, I’m game, but what can do all that? Foam rolling can increase performance … Continue reading

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A NIGHT IN JAIL: A story about drugs and mental illness, inspired by true events – H.A. Swan, K. Anderson

Reviewed by JD Jung) “One day, marijuana is going to be legalized and this “punishment” will all be for nothing.” Yes, getting pulled over while high was the first “Reality Rush”. The second one came when his parents refused to … Continue reading

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Escape From Samsara: A Dark Comedy Fantasy Adventure (Prophecy Allocation Book 1) – Nicky Blue

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Escape From Samsara is a dark comedy about Barry Harris who still lives with his mom and has fantasy adventures about being a lethal ninja. This humorous tale begins with Barry trying to find his dad … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Alt-Right – George Hawley

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…we can be reasonably concerned that a growing percentage of white America no longer views racism as a moral failing and is willing to be associated with explicit white-identity politics.” That statement is pretty scary. It … Continue reading

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When Leaves Fall (A Different Point of View Story) – C.A. King

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) ? Have you ever read a book so good that you don’t even know where to start reviewing it? When Leaves Fall is a fictional short story that intrigues from the start and almost has your … Continue reading

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How to Have Fun with Your Aging Parents: I Want to Go to Lithuania – Christina Britton Conroy

(Reviewed by Pat Luboff) A gem of a book! Part workbook, part memoir, part self-help and how-to book; in under 100 pages, Christina Britton Conroy has put together a blueprint for living in peace with your parents. Wow! Yes, even … Continue reading

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The Ghosts of Galway – Ken Bruen

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “It’s not that the Irish Are cynical. It’s simply that they have a wonderful Lack of respect For everything and everybody.” Brendan Behan Former ex-guarda , current Jameson- loving PI Jack Taylor loves to quote famous … Continue reading

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A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment – Barbara Radnofsky

(Reviewed by JD Jung) May I speak to our America readers for a moment? We’ve been hearing the term “impeachment” and “impeachable offenses” quite a bit lately. Do you think that you can speak on the subject with a fair … Continue reading

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Burner: Book One of the Affinity Series – J. S. Lenore

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Burner is an urban fantasy thriller  about Kim Phillips, a Chicago detective that has powers to help release ghosts trapped between life and death. Due to the powers mentioned she is called a burner. Priya, a … Continue reading

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