Russia’s Prestige: Historical Architecture by Kashif Parvaiz

Russia’s Prestige: Historical Architecture Kashif  Parvaiz Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432766115 Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (5/11)   This is a very complete and concise volume of Russian architecture by a very talented writer. Mr. Parvaiz does more than just describe the beautiful architecture that is portrayed in the book. He goes the... Continue Reading →

Reflective Empowerment: Empower Yourself by Philip Guy Rochford

Reflective Empowerment: Empower Yourself Philip Guy Rochford Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432758486 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/11)   The author has provided an excellent year-long program to help readers make their life like they want it. Often we get down in a rut and can’t get out. Or we say “I’ll... Continue Reading →

Odyssey of a DP: Memoirs of a Displaced Person by Vladimir Drobashevsky

Odyssey of a DP: Memoirs of a Displaced Person Vladimir Drobashevsky Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432758950 Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (3/11)   Vladimir Drobashevsky is a good story teller and weaves his fascinating web well with this book He starts with a good introduction of his life as a child and his... Continue Reading →

Murder by Another Name by Jo Stone

Murder by Another Name Jo Stone Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432765620 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (5/11)   Jo Stone has given readers a fast-paced, action-packed book that addresses a timely topic - defective silicone breast implants. Pam Lawson, a young mother, had a great life with a good husband and family.... Continue Reading →

Me, Myself and Paris: One Toe Under the Eiffel Tower, The Other In the Grocery Store by Ruth Yunker

Me, Myself and Paris: One Toe Under the Eiffel Tower, The Other In the Grocery Store Ruth Yunker Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432757144 Reviewed by Deb Shunamon for Reader Views (12/10) Flashes of memories and feelings of déjà vu are what reading this enormously entertaining book stirred-up for this reader. No matter how much a... Continue Reading →

Kim’s Confessions by Wilson Awasu

Kim’s Confessions Wilson Awasu Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432744632 Reviewed by Vicki Landes for Reader Views (1/11)   “Kim’s Confessions” is presented as a short narrative – presumably fiction – of main character, Kim, and her spiritual journey during her church’s Radical Growth seminar.  Kim grows from feeling established as a member of God’s chosen... Continue Reading →

He Kan’t Kill Your Future: For I Know the Plans I Have for You Declares the Lord… by Sharquent Webster

He Kan’t Kill Your Future: For I Know the Plans I Have for You Declares the Lord... Sharquent Webster Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432764456 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (4/11)   The author has written an excellent book that tells the journey of her life while growing up in South Central Los... Continue Reading →

Did Success Spoil Jayne Mansfield?: Her Life in Pictures & Text by Frank Ferruccio

Did Success Spoil Jayne Mansfield?: Her Life in Pictures & Text Frank Ferruccio Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432761233 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (2/11)   I must say that many of us always wanted to know more about the mysterious Jayne Mansfield and the author has certainly done his research on her... Continue Reading →

Command Influence: A story of Korea and the politics of injustice by Robert A. Shaines

Command Influence: A story of Korea and the politics of injustice Robert A. Shaines Outskirts Press (2010) ISBN 9781432750688 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (1/11)   In “Command Influence,” author Robert Shaines documents a true Korean War incident that will leave many readers in a state of disbelief and disgust. He tells the... Continue Reading →

A WordPress.com Website.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: