Divided into sixteen relatively short
chapters, the book is about how to be inspired in order to achieve goals and
find happiness in life. The author discusses the effect of inspirational words
and enumerates sources of inspiration including aspiration, successful people,
strong desire, and love.
Moreover, the author explains the ultimate
effect of fear in a person’s life. She also brings up the most important
question of all which needs to be answered in order to achieve success and
Overall, this is an enjoyable book.
Basically, it is an easy read. It is informative, helpful, and inspiring. It is
also interactive, thereby engaging.
However, I find the subject somehow
overused, and considering the shortness of the book, I didn’t find anything new
or special that would make this book stand out from among thousands of books
already written about this subject. Moreover, there are too many noticeable
errors within the entire book that I recommend another round of editing.
Congratulations to Sara
Wellington (@SaraWellington4) on such an enjoyable book. For
more books by the author, click HERE.
Reclamation is an exciting and suspenseful science fiction book and the
second installment of The Xeno Manifesto
Book Series created by Brysen Mann.
Deep beneath the peak of Mt. Rainer, Frank
Smirnov is perplexed. He is overwhelmed by the magnitude of his discovery.
Everything he knows about himself and the world is undermined by the enormity
of the undeniable facts staring him in the face. As per practical advice from a
friend now departed, he doesn’t trust anyone, not Zachariah Allmas whom he
ended up with, and not even the mythical creatures who are keeping him safe,
If he really is the one foretold to save
mankind, he has no idea how exactly he is going to do it. Right now, he needs
to find out more about the Committee which is hell-bent on terminating his
existence, and the best way to start is with the man who knows the Committee
better than he or anyone he knows, for that matter, does.
Meanwhile, Felix Belette gathers all the
Team Leaders. Their directive is to find the traitor at all cost and bring him
to Belette alive, so that Belette could extract every shred of information from
him in the slowest and most agonizing process. Little does Belette know what
awaits him when Zach is finally found.
This is just as intriguing and as exciting
as the first book, The Xeno Manifesto. Unlike in other
book series that usually introduce subplots, this second installment stays
consistent with the first book and simply moves the plot forward. It is
unpredictable with exciting twists and turns that though not altogether
shocking are surprising enough. Scenes and settings are thoroughly described
including the special abilities of the mythical creatures. The book has a
satisfactory ending and promises a more exciting third installment.
Admittedly, I enjoyed this book a lot.
However, I find the pacing of the plot slower than that of the first book that
very little is added to the story. Moreover, there are too many noticeable
errors within the entire book that detract from the overall reading experience.
Congratulations to Brysen
on another exciting book!