“The Genesis Code: Lambda” by Robert Parkin

Zackary Allan Knight is just your typical eighteen year old teenager on the outside, but a genius within. Withdrawn, and reserved, he goes about life as if it was a chore. With parents that are never around, only one friend that laughs at his expense, and a famous idol for a sister, Zack can’t help […]

“The Niburian Sequence: The Return of the Red Planet” by Gary Furnas

In the last book The Niburian Sequence, imminent doctor of archeology, Susan Woolsey, discovers evidence that thousands of years ago, homo sapiens were genetically engineered by an off world civilization from the planet Nibiru. The news creates a firestorm of controversy threatening the stability of various world religions and governments. Nefarious secret societies vie for […]

“Our Art. Our Madness. An excursion into the inner world of mental illness.” by David Feingold

It is only too true that a lot of artists are mentally ill – it’s a life which, to put it mildly, makes one an outsider. I’m all right when I completely immerse myself in work, but I’ll always remain half crazy. – Vincent Van Gogh Enter the world of these outsiders who courageously endure […]

“Hunter” by Joanna Albin

Averella’s brother Gabriel is arrested and thrown into Zagerah, where men are taken and never seen from again. Gabriel is ill and will not survive on his own. Averella disguises herself as a man and gets thrown into the prison. Now she will be hunted… By genetically altered men to be stronger, faster, who use […]

“The Path Unseen” by Tolina Rowlands

Did you ever wonder what would happen when all of a sudden , you were sent off on a ship to marry a man who you’ve never met? The only problem is- you never get there. That is how Jane Euro soon discovers just one of the countless secrets that lies beneath the ocean’s surface, […]

“Living on Cape Clear Island, Irish speaking, population 80” by Simon Cocking

We’re going to live on an Irish speaking island off Baltimore, the most southerly point of Ireland.  We’re leaving Dublin suburban life, to do something completely different.  We taking photos of it all, https://sarahpaddleswim.wordpress.com/2015/04/03/room-with-a-view-cape-clear/ and will describe our experiences over the next 12 months.   https://soopllc.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=5263&action=edit&doing_wp_cron=1441724211.1935789585113525390625 Vote for this Book Idea Voting Status Countdown to […]

“Second Chance: Get Up Again” by Divya Jain

This book is the journey of life. In this book life will tell you the three tales of its journey. Three different stories about the three people. Their life and situations are completely different from each other but at some point they all get same decision. Nikhil, Meera and Ayaan three different people three different […]

‘The Easy Approach to Speed Training’ by Raymond Tucker

This is a great book for any coach, parent, or athlete looking for an easy to understand approach to linear speed training. This book will cover the proper body position and mechanics for acceleration from a three-point stance for the 40-yard dash, starting blocks for the 100 meters, and proper sprinting mechanics. There are several […]

“Feral But Domesticated” by Chris Love

A book about a young boy who is fatherless, and visits his mother in jail every week. A boy who raised himself off of food stamps and Kool-Aid to become the first in his family to get a college degree. To work alongside both President’s Bush and Obama and to travel around the world giving […]

“The Amazing Adventures of Amanda” by LeeAnn Nicolaus

Amanda is a young woman with Downs Syndrome striving for independence. Set in the valley of a small Pennsylvania working class town, “The Amazing Adventures of Amanda” is a chronicle of Amanda’s dysfunctional family’s struggle to survive and stay together through poverty, addictions, and tragedy. It is the story of how Amanda copes with her […]

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