Foreword Reviews

Bianca Bowers, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Enchanted New York

by Bianca Bowers

Kevin Dann’s "Enchanted New York" is a historical walk down Manhattan’s magical memory lane. Revealing Manhattan to be a site of protracted enchantment, the book’s eight chapters are named for the type of magic and spiritual... Read More

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Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit

by Bianca Bowers

Tragedies compete with triumphs in the spellbinding fantasy novel, "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit". Valerie Dunsmore’s magical, lyrical novel "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit" is about the secrets that bind families together and break them apart.... Read More

Book Review

Retrograde

by Bianca Bowers

"Retrograde" is a slow-burning science fiction adventure whose heroine is primed to win the age-old battle between good and evil. A dark mist swirls through the streets, infecting everyone in its path, in A. O. Godmasch’s science... Read More

Book Review

The Trapped Daughter

by Bianca Bowers

A troubled girl combats her father’s constraints in the enigmatic psychological thriller "The Trapped Daughter". Jay Kerk’s intriguing psychological thriller, "The Trapped Daughter", explores the murky corridors and enigmatic... Read More

Book Review

The Southern Wildlife Watcher

by Bianca Bowers

Rob Simbeck’s poetic nature book "The Southern Wildlife Watcher" includes three dozen examples of regional wildlife. Simbeck, whose awe toward nature compels him to engender awe in others, has been writing essays for South Carolina... Read More

Book Review

A Diary in the Age of Water

by Bianca Bowers

Lyrical and dystopian, "A Diary in the Age of Water" is as much an ode to water as it is a cautionary tale about the dire implications of climate change. Nina Munteanu’s engrossing science fiction novel, A Diary in the Age of Water,... Read More

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