Editorial Review: Sins of Our Sons by Kristian Daniels | Inkish Kingdoms
Sins of our Sons, a bucket of iced water that reminds us that homophobia and violence continue to poison society. – Inkish Kingdoms
Project Hail Mary ― Andy Weir ―”Human beings have a remarkable ability to accept the abnormal and make it normal.”
Hilarious, fascinating, and a must-read, Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir deserves every single adaptation, praise, and hype the reading community and that the media can muster. – Inkish Kingdoms
Editorial Review: The House That Wasn’t There by Andrew Forrest Baker | Inkish Kingdoms
A mind game or a bemusing writing style accentuates the gothic in this trauma-driven novel. – Inkish Kingdoms
Fierce Kingdom ― Gin Phillips ―”They sound like young, obnoxious white men—aren’t they always young white men?”
Gin Phillips takes the readers over a harmless safari and then she plunges them into the jaws of despair and endurance. – Inkish Kingdoms
The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood – “A rat in a maze is free to go anywhere, as long as it stays inside the maze.”
Controlling women’s bodies in The Handmaid’s tale.
Editorial Review: Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White | Inkish Kingdoms
Gore, hatred, and diversity, Andrew Joseph White delivers an angelic dark mutation of holy gender, diversity, and payback. – Inkish Kingdoms
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Best Books for Entrepreneurs: S.M.A.R.T. Goals Made Simple by S.J. Scott
Welcome to the new series “Best Books for Entrepreneurs”! However, the content that we will be sharing in this new category is also for bloggers and anyone who wants to learn new skills and widen their knowledge in diverse topics from management, goals, habits, writing, communication, and more! Inkish Kingdoms has always focused on sharing…