Monthly Archives: July 2013

Book Review – Village Teacher

Village Teacher by Neihtn Village Teacher is an interesting and informative book about life in Vietnam around the time of the French colonization. The historical facts are true to life and the tale is skillfully intertwined with history and fiction. … Continue reading

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Mid-year Bookshelf

I have been lucky enough to read so many great books this year. The count is already over 20 and I am looking forward to the next 5 months of exploring and enjoying even more books. Since it is just … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Lauren K. Pomeroy

Book interview –Lauren K. Pomeroy Odette – a Novel Lauren K. Pomeroy, the author of ‘Odette – a Novel’ is visiting Terraverum and telling us a little more about her delightful book which is a charming retelling of Swan Lake. … Continue reading

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Book Review – Orion: Suresh Adventure

Orion: Suresh Adventure by J. Thomas Beaton A charming sci-fi adventure novella from up and coming author – J.Thomas Beaton. Captain John Kruiger finds himself and his crew stranded on a new planet with a meteorite-damaged ship. A friendly approach … Continue reading

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Book Review – I am John I am Paul

I am John I am Paul by Mark Tedesco ‘I am John I am Paul’ is a book set in ancient Rome in the time of Constantine and the Romans’ military exploits into Gaul. John and Paul are not only … Continue reading

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