Measure of a Man: The Story of My Pain, Suffering and Torture: All for two more inches of height by Akash and Rahul Shukla

Measure of a Man: The Story of My Pain, Suffering and Torture: All for two more inches of height Akash and Rahul Shukla Llumina Press (2009) ISBN 9781605940373 Reviewed by Danelle Drake  for Reader Views (12/08)   Like most all parents, I want my children to be happy.  My husband and I do everything possible... Continue Reading →

Waters of the Dancing Sky by Janet Kay

Waters of the Dancing Sky Janet Kay Llumina Press (2009) ISBN 9781605942780 Reviewed by Beverly Pechin for Reader Views (10/09)   Sometimes a novel comes along that weaves fiction, reality, desire and inspiration together into a beautifully bound escape into another world; “Waters of The Dancing Sky” is one of those novels. The simple portraits,... Continue Reading →

The Divine Theory of Everything: Book 1 Wanderer by Robert D. Berger

The Divine Theory of Everything: Book 1 Wanderer  Robert D. Berger Llumina Press (2009) ISBN 9781605942841 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (10/09)   Fantasy can be a very tricky genre. Take it too far into the "unknown" and you risk being incomprehensible. Stay too close to the "reality," whatever that might really be,... Continue Reading →

The Book of Walla by M. Ram Krishn

The Book of Walla M. Ram Krishn Llumina Press (2009) ISBN 9781605942315 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (4/09)   Soon after he narrowly escapes death in a suicide bombing, Dr. Shoorab loses his wife and young son during a religious uprising, when they are murdered by fanatics. Deciding that God is responsible for... Continue Reading →

Measure of a Man: The Story of My Pain, Suffering and Torture: All for two more inches of height by Akash and Rahul Shukla

Measure of a Man: The Story of My Pain, Suffering and Torture: All for two more inches of heightAkash and Rahul ShuklaLlumina Press (2009)ISBN 9781605940373Reviewed by Carole Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/09) Akash Shukla, along with his father Rahul, provides readers with a heart-wrenching yet candid look at Akash’s search and surgery of limb-lengthening. No... Continue Reading →

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