Foreword Reviews

Angela McQuay, Book Reviewer

Angela has been a book lover since she was old enough to read. One of the first books that had a big impact on her was Watchers by Dean Koontz and it was one of her inspirations to become a writer. Though she hasn’t made it big as a novelist yet, she still practices her creativity by writing chat stories for two apps, working on cozy fiction, and dabbling in various projects she hopes someday to publish. As for her day job, she’s the co-owner of a digital marketing firm in the lovely (and often freezing) city of Omaha, Nebraska.

Angela enjoys books of every genre, though her true love is fiction. However, she’s been known to read and review plenty of nonfiction titles. As a blog writer, she has just enough knowledge on many subjects to be dangerous, which is what everyone wants in a book reviewer, right?

Book Review

Deep Past

by Angela McQuay

Science writer Eugene Linden’s fiction debut "Deep Past" is an intriguing, science-minded thriller. When anthropologist Claire Knowland receives a new assignment in Kazakhstan to study domesticated horses, she’s less than thrilled.... Read More

Book Review

In the Midst of the Sea

by Angela McQuay

Dark, emotional, and incredibly creepy, Sean Padraic McCarthy’s "In the Midst of the Sea" is an unsettling supernatural thriller. Diana agrees to move to Martha’s Vineyard with her husband Ford and their young daughter Sam, but she... Read More

Book Review

Overkill

by Angela McQuay

Vanda Symon introduces a cheeky, brave new heroine in "Overkill", the first in her Sam Shephard series of mysteries set in New Zealand. When Sam, the lone officer in tiny Mataura, is called in to investigate a missing person case, she... Read More

Book Review

Quit Ruminating and Brooding

by Angela McQuay

"Quit Ruminating and Brooding" is a straightforward, fascinating look at what rumination means—and how to end the behavior for good. Olle Wadström’s innovative self-help book "Quit Ruminating and Brooding" is about treating... Read More

Book Review

The Grey Zone

by Angela McQuay

"The Grey Zone" is a strong introduction to a new science fiction series. Jason McMillan’s science fiction novel "The Grey Zone" includes political and socioeconomic undertones; it is entertaining and thought-provoking. The story is... Read More

Book Review

I Am Watching

by Angela McQuay

When Isla Bell is a teenager, she discovers three dead bodies propped against a wall during her morning run. In Emma Kavanagh’s "I Am Watching", there is a lone survivor of the attacks: one of the victims’ teenage brothers, Ramsay,... Read More

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