Foreword Reviews

Claire Foster, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Dog Log

by Claire Foster

Comedian Richard Lucas’s George Carlin-esque memoir, "The Dog Log", begins with his “impotent fury” toward a neighbor with a yapping Yorkie; his initial frustration leads to a meaningful record of friendship and love. Jokes and... Read More

Book Review

Dead Girls

by Claire Foster

Abigail Tarttelin’s "Dead Girls" is an ultra creepy, occult-tinged horror story. Focused on a missing girl, it shows that the wild places of childhood are not all magical and good. Billie—who likes Slater from Saved by the Bell,... Read More

Book Review

The Case for Pandora

by Claire Foster

"The Case for Pandora" explores the capabilities of modern extraterrestrial travel technology with enthralling vision. James Essig and Steve McCarter’s The Case For Pandora is a technical manual with instructions for building a... Read More

Book Review

Jack of Thorns

by Claire Foster

As potent and enchanting as a flower, "Jack of Thorns" is a seductive novel that weaves together elements of romance, pagan spirituality, family trauma, and magic. A man learns that with great power comes even bigger problems in A. K.... Read More

Book Review

The Company of Women

by Claire Foster

"The Company of Women" is a promising high fantasy novel with a riveting main character. "The Company of Women", the third book in Forrest Johnson’s A Foreign Shore fantasy series, dives into the adventures of warrior woman Raeesha as... Read More

Book Review

Glimpses of Heaven

by Claire Foster

"Glimpses of Heaven" is a sympathetic personal account of multiple encounters with “departed souls” that are used as evidence for God and faith in eternal life. Inspired by a profound religious experience said to include a visit to... Read More

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