Monday, June 14, 2021

Dr. Wesley Britton Reviews "A novel about the Beatles (Subtitle)!"

Title: The Boys Next Door

Subtitle:  A novel about the Beatles 

Author: Dan Greenberger

Publisher: Appian Way Press (July 18, 2020)

ISBN: 979-865570

ASIN: B08D7YMWVP

Available on Amazon 

 

 

Reviewed by: Dr. Wesley Britton

 

It’s been a very long time since I’ve had so much fun reading a book, and this time around that happened for a variety of reasons.

 

First was the setting of Hamburg, Germany in 1960  when the Beatles—then John, Paul, George, Stuart Sutcliffe and Pete Best—were in residence at Bruno Koschmider’s rough and hard-edged nightclub, the Kaiserkeller. Any Beatle fan will recognize the cornucopia of the details of Beatle lore Greenberger incorporates into his fictional autobiography of Columbia University student and poet Alan Levy after he takes up quarters in the room next to the Beatles above the gritty Bambi Kino theatre.


Dr. Wesley Britton Reviews "A novel about the Beatles

 

At first, Levy dislikes the musicians next door as they are loud and keep him awake while he is a guest student at a Hamburg university.  He doesn’t like rock and roll. He’s an intellectual snob who becomes beguiled by photographer Astrid Kirchherr who slowly draws Levy into the Beatles orbit as he fantasizes about her while she is moving closer and closer to a relationship with Stuart Sutcliffe, much to Levy’s distress.

 

The main storyline of the tale is Levy’s journey of self-discovery in a city that gives his New York innocence a serious trouncing. The seedy Reeperbahn is a lively district largely populated by Strippers, transvestites, prostitutes, thugs, and a few arty types like Astrid Kirchherr. One of the strengths of the book is Greenberger’s gift for description as he vividly takes readers to the city and the KaiserKeller while painting the spirit of the times and the flavor of the distinctive Reeperbahn.

 

Another entertaining element to The Boys Next Door is Greenberger’s clever slices of humor that will get you laughing out loud. Two examples: early on, Levey spends time in a library where he finds the sounds of popping gum from someone in the next cubicle a welcome relief from hours of listening to the Beatles pounding out “Money.” Later on, he masturbates to a photo of himself taken by Kirchherr. Throughout, we get tiny bits of Beatle humor when Greenberger tosses in little bits like a refrain of “You have found her, now go and get her,” referring to the alluring photographer but all readers are likely to know how that line would later play in Beatle history.  Or when Levy takes up the guitar and jams with the group on a rooftop which ends with Levy saying, “I hope I passed the audition.” Again, what Beatle fan wouldn’t know how this foreshadows the rooftop concert in Let It Be.

 

Yes, we get enough character development of each of the Beatles to see them as the historical figures we all know and love.  We meet the musicians just as Levy does through the interactions between Levy and the band members which are doled out in bits and pieces as the story progresses, layering in the group, their live performances, their Hamburg circle, their changing relationships, especially regarding Sutcliffe and Best, and more and more, the cranky neighbor living next door.  

 

Putting the band aside, the transformation of Alan Levy takes many surprising twists and turns and makes this more than a typical coming-of-age tale.  To say more would verge on providing spoilers; suffice it to say, you won’t expect what happens and, for the most part, you’ll be happy to see a would-be poet’s growing depth as a person and an artist.

 

In short, you don’t have to be a Beatle fan to enjoy The Boys Next Door and might find yourself hoping Greenberger will provide us further adventures of Alan Levy, Beatles in his future or no.   I give this book six stars out of five . . .


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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Little Art City on the Prairie: Impressions of Faulkton South Dakota

Note: I fell in love with this slender book because of its authenticity--and because it brings to life a rural part of the US seldom mentioned in literature. It is an example of the joy independent publishing can bring to writers and readers alike. 

Title: Little Art City on the Prairie: Impressions of Faulkton South Dakota
Author: I. Reid
Publisher: Independent/Amazon
ISBN: 979-8709411425
ASIN: B08X65NPJ2, B08XLV96SL
Price $9.50, paperback, $2.99 Kindle
Page Count:  60 pages
Formats (PB, Kindle)

Originally posted on Midwest Book Review

 

Faulkton, South Dakota, has become known as the prairie's little art city because of the many murals on buildings and giant art by Guido Van Helten. A crane was used to allow Van Helten to draw on several sides of a grain elevator. The people of the town, of course, watched the progress of the art. Tourists drive to Faulkton for the experience of seeing and taking photos with the elevator art. The city hired Van Helten as they refuse to simply exist or perhaps become obsolete. They were able to hire him due to a stroke of luck. I. Reid took hundreds of pictures along the trip from Minnesota to South Dakota and in the city of 800 people. Also, citizens of the town contributed photos to the book, which were used with permission. The Pickler Mansion in Faulkton, the one-room schoolhouse museum and other local landmarks are described in this full-color travel book. 

Little Art City on the Prairie: Impressions of Faulkton South Dakota


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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Team Spirit Goes a Long Way Toward Winning the Game

by Lois W. Stern

TheNewBookReview ReviewAcquisition Coordinator  

Many of our talented TheNewBookReview authors have now posted book review requests here, and that posting alone is a good thing as it gives you and your book more exposure. Congratulations! All of you have at least gotten to first base. Many of you have also followed me and Carolyn Howard-Johnson, creator of this blog on Twitter, by adding @frugalbookpromo and @tales2inspire2 to the end of your Tweets. If you have done so, we are retweeting your tweets to help further their reach, bringing you to second or third base.  

Now it's time to strike more home runs, and for authors that means REVIEWS! No more standing on the sidelines! Team Spirit to the Rescue. Here's how:

👉Click on the sign below:


👉Next click on any genre sign on that page to discover a book of interest to you. 
👉 Contact that author for a FREE copy of their book, using their e-mail address posted in the column just to the right of their book description 
👉Don't forget to promote yourself and your book while creating your review. Click to learn how.
👉Scroll down that same page (listed above) for suggested questions to help you write honest reviews without breaking a sweat.
 
And don't forget . . . Once you catch the Team Spirit and write a review for a fellow author, hurry back to the dug out where every member of TheNewBookReview will be waiting to applaud you. And as you enter our Hall of Fame, check out the tangible rewards that will be yours.

Lois is a multi award winning author whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Newsday, Long Island Press, Barnard Magazine, on Local Access TV and in live presentations in many varied venues. She has now published ten Tales2Inspire® treasured anthologies of her contest winners' stories. Fans of Chicken Soup for the Soul are particularly enamored of Tales2Inspire® books, because aside from their inspirational themes, they are filled with original photos to enhance the power of each story. Lois invites interested readers to get a FREE Tales2Inspire® sampler book at:www.tales2inspire.com/gifts and to learn more about entering the next Tales2Inspire®contest at: tales2inspire.com/contest. Guess what? It’s free - No entrance fees!


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Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Elise Cooper Reviews Texas Murder Mystery Book Two for The New Book Review

Title: Flight 

Subtitle: Texas Murder Mystery Book 2

Author: Laura Griffin

Publisher: Berkley Pub, March 30th, 2021

Genre: Mystery/Thriller/Romance

ISBN: 9780593197349

 

Reviewed by Elise Cooper


Elise Cooper Reviews Texas Murder Mystery Book Two for The New Book Review

 

Flight by Laura Griffin is a riveting mystery with very believable characters.  She excels at writing characters the readers root for, and her descriptive details of the Texas landscape has readers believing that they are there. 

 

“I think the Texas coast setting is great for a murder mystery.  There is the natural drama of the coast, thunderstorms, and wildlife.  Mother Nature is a dramatic piece of the story.  Lost Beach is based on Padre Island in Texas.  South Padre Island is a beautiful place with a mix of tourism and nature.  There are bars, motels, and shops.  They have a turtle rescue and a Birding Center.  North Padre Island is basically an uninhabited park with sand dunes.  The water is clearer, and the sand is whiter.” 

 

The heroine Miranda Rhoads, the sister of the heroine in the last book, decides to move to Lost Beach Texas after experiencing burn out and a need to destress after her last case went awry.  As a forensic photographer she uses those skills to capture the native birds for the Texas Birding Association’s upcoming calendar. Unfortunately, she discovers two bodies in a canoe. Although Miranda wanted to escape the life she led before, she finds herself unable to step away.  She has a nose for detail and her insights are spot on.  The detective on the case, Joel Breda, convinces her to join the team as their forensic photographer. As more murders turn up the police realize they don’t just have a murderer on their hands, they have a serial killer.

 

In a short time, both Miranda and Joel find themselves very much attracted to each other; the chemistry between them was great.  Working together they find clues that will lead them to the killer. Joel wants to protect her and the community, while Miranda is an intelligent and complex character.  The tension is ratcheted up with the heat, humidity, mosquitoes, and all the other factors that come together to make Texas such a unique environment.

 

“Miranda is conflicted.  Observant and has an eye for detail.  She is a visual person where she cannot get images out of her head. Miranda is also a people person. She has a lot of baggage that makes her anxious. She decides to stay at Lost Beach to escape the emotional upheaval she experienced at her job as a forensic photographer. She has guilt, anger, confusion, and worries about the previous case.   While Joel is tenacious. Determined. Persuasive.  Charming. He is also intense, confident, and self-assured.  He wants to protect the community as well as Miranda.  He sees the economic benefit to a small town but does not always see tourism as good. They realize they are more alike than different. . Both are wary of having a relationship and are not looking for a serious one.  They need to evolve for it to work.”

 

Laura Griffin is a master at suspenseful storytelling. Her books never disappoint.  The complex mystery has readers on the edge of their seats. 




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Elise Cooper has written book reviews and interviewed best selling authors since 2009. Her reviews cover several different genres, including thrillers, mysteries, women's fiction, romance and cozy mysteries. An avid reader, she engages authors to discuss their works, and to focus on the descriptions of their characters and the plot. While not writing reviews, Elise loves to watch baseball and visit the ocean in Southern California, with her dog and husband. She is a frequent reviewer for #TheNewBookReview. Use this blog's search engine (in the right column of the home page) to find more of her reviews.  


 


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Saturday, June 5, 2021

Despite surrounding chaos, there are still many folks who live lives filled with compassion. Are you one of them?


TALES2INSPIRE ~ THE RUBY COLLECTION
Gifts of Compassion





Title: Tales2Inspire ~ The Ruby Collection

Subtitle: Gifts of Compassion

Series: Tales2Inspire

Author and Editor: Lois W. Stern

Genre: Inspirational Anthology 

Publisher: Tales2Inspire


ISBN-13:  978-1495940088
ISBN-10: 149594008X
ASIN: B00Q7H4ZTM

Page Count: 129

Price: $11.25, PB, $4.99 Kindle

Format: Paperback, Ebook, PDF

Reviewed by Reviewed By Monique Franklin
Official Apex Reviews Rating
One need only observe the tenor of the current presidential election cycle, and it's obvious such qualities as sympathy, compassion, and understanding have quickly been replaced with intolerance, exclusion, and bigotry for many in our nation. Rather than be sympathetic with our fellow man or seek to find common ground with those from different backgrounds, the tendency now is to reach snap judgments and cast xenophobic aspersions on anyone who doesn't subscribe to our particular belief system. What is there to look forward to in a world growing so increasingly hostile and emotionally detached?

Enter Tales2Inspire ~ The Ruby Collection, a moving collection of stories compiled by editorLois W. Stern. Each of the stories featured in the collection is centered on the concept of compassion, which seems only fitting, considering the ruby is known to open the heart and promote loving relationships. The more salient stories of The Ruby Collection highlight the transformative power of self-sacrifice for the benefit of others, a trait we tend to see less and less in the modern reality TV era. Not just a human quality, The Ruby Collection also displays the ability of our furry and feathered friends to show compassion when needed, which leads one to question just how difficult it is for their human counterparts to do the same.
Powerful and enthralling, the stories of The Ruby Collection do an inspiring job of conveying the best of what mankind has to offer. An uplifting addition to any reader's personal library. 



Lois W. Stern is a former teacher. She is motivated to help other aspiring authors on their individual paths to discovery. She has published ten anthologies to date and earned two National Indie Excellence Awards. 

On her site, a free ebook is available at tales2inspire.com/gifts to read sample stories. If you sign up for the newsletter, you will find out when she runs reduced book price specials, as well. 

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Elise Cooper Reviews Melissa Koslin's Debut Book

Title: Never Miss

Author: Melissa Koslin

Publisher: Revell Pub.

Release: May 4th, 2021

Genre: Mystery/Thriller/Christian

ISBN:  9780800738396


Reviewed by Elise Cooper


Elise Cooper Reviews Melissa Koslin's Debut Book

 

Never Miss is Melissa Koslin’s debut book.  If her future novels are anything like this one, she has a long career as a romance suspense novelist. The story has a unique premise in that the heroine is a female sniper who worked for the CIA. The other piece of the story is a man-made virus used as a weapon.  Although readers might have fatigue having gone through Covid-19, the essence of this plot is finding those who want to unleash the deadly biological weapon, not the weapon itself.

 

Readers are introduced to the heroine, Kadance Tolle, who is on the run.  Having been a part of a family of assassins she no longer wants that job, but her family has other ideas.  While in her car she notices a glint from across the street.  Realizing someone is trying to kill some strange man, Lyndon Vaile, she risks her own life and pushes him away from the bullet.  Despite the danger she feels compelled to help Lyndon discover why and who is after him.

 

“I wrote Kadance as super wise, while with other things she is super sheltered.  Her family has isolated her.  She has a unique family in that they all are assassins.  Because she is a marksman and a CIA operative, she has deceptive skills. She is a loner, someone who strives to achieve justice. Kadance is very observant, keeps everyone at a distance, a control-freak, and is sometimes judgmental, but she is also kind.”

 

Kadance finds out that he has three doctorates and has researched how the Ebola virus is man-made (sound familiar?) and can be weaponized. Unfortunately, someone doesn’t want his discovery to come to light, making Lyndon the ultimate target. They decide to work together to stop the mastermind behind the attack and save as many people as possible. Kadance and Lyndon are being stalked, pursued, watched, and targeted as they make their way across the country to stop a disastrous event. 

 

“Lyndon is a paradox.  He can be analytical and logical yet cannot lie.  He can recognize the difference in behavior but doesn’t understand the emotions behind it. Lyndon has a photographic memory.  He has three doctorates, in Microbiology, Pathology, and Epidemiology, plus a master’s in cyber security.  Besides being a genius and a scientist, he has a strong faith. He has an unusual alliance with Kadance because he is so different from her in many ways. These are two people who have different backgrounds, different philosophies on life, and different faiths, yet they come together.”


Blending science and intrigue into an intense action-packed story will keep readers on the edge of their seats.  But there is also humor, thanks to a Maine Coon cat named Mac that offers a welcome relief from the riveting plot. This first attempt by Koslin was hit out of the park. 


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Elise Cooper has written book reviews and interviewed best selling authors since 2009. Her reviews cover several different genres, including thrillers, mysteries, women's fiction, romance and cozy mysteries. An avid reader, she engages authors to discuss their works, and to focus on the descriptions of their characters and the plot. While not writing reviews, Elise loves to watch baseball and visit the ocean in Southern California, with her dog and husband. She is a frequent reviewer for #TheNewBookReview. Use this blog's search engine (in the right column of the home page) to find more of her reviews.  


 


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Review for a Biography of Landscape: Bears Ears

Title: Behind the Bears Ears

Subtitle: Exploring the Cultural and Natural Histories of a Sacred Landscape

Publisher: Torrey House Press (2020)

Author: R. E. Burrillo

Pages: 407

Genre: Nonfiction/Mixed Disciplines

Buy on Amazon

Contact Reviewer: hojonews@aol.com

Rating 5 of 5

 

 

 

 

           

 

Biography of a Landscape


You of course remember the song, “A Few of My Favorite Things!” Here is a book that does what that song does for young people for me. Let me count the ways:

 

Archaeology. Anthropology. Environment Issues. Humor (even a touch of irony here and there!). Memoir. National Parks and Monuments. The Desert. And Utah. These may not top your list, too, but I bet a few of them do.

 

Enter archaeologist (and author) R. E. Burrillo. I have read lots of books on this topic and Burrillo’s is the first in a long time that helped me (truly!) understand the discipline better (and in new ways). That would be enough. But making it painless—even chortle- worthy—is beyond any expectation I might have been able to conjure.

 

Memoir? It’s his personal touch. I finished the book wanting to know him better, read more of his work, maybe take a class from him.

 

And it isn’t just the author. Kudos to Regina Lopez -Whiteskunk. Her two-page foreword is a veritable prose poem.

 

And about the Timeline in the frontmatter. Why have none of the texts I’ve read done it this well? 

 

And those long chapters that Burrillo makes no apologies for? They help even an avid fan immerse themselves in that timeline, understand the points he makes. Read like a story. A believable story. 

 

And Torrey House Press? There they are, just waiting for the modern reader with eclectic preferences. A new resource for books dedicated to “…environmental justice and stewardship for the human and more-than-human world by elevating literary excellence from diverse voices.” 

 

There are a few more “ands,” but I will spare you. As a born and bred Utahan with divided feeling about my roots and the place, I wouldn’t want you to think I have an agenda. Please trust me, this little rave (rant?) comes from a spot in my heart perfectly willing to criticize as necessary. If I must reread a book to find a flaw for a review—any book—I am not inclined to do that. I want the reader of my reviews to come to a book without expectations likely to spoil the experience for them.

 

I believe there is no danger of that with Behind the Bears Ears: Exploring the Culture and Natural Histories of a Sacred Landscape. Not if you love any one of the topics on my “favorite things” list in the first paragraph. 




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