The book for review is “Unbreakable” by Sara Ella. It is the third book in this series and falls in the genre of fiction and fantasy.

Meet our main character, Eliyana Ember, the queen. She leads the fight against the Void. If she fails her world as she knows it as well as her loved ones will be over. There will be darkness. Her mother she may need to fight for the good of it all.

Falling through a Threshold she awakes in Venice, Italy. But that’s not all. It is full of Shadowalkers. She is no longer in present day as the adventure had her travel through time. But that does not sway her. The goal is still the same, fight the Void and all that goes with it.

If that isn’t enough the stake of her heart is on the line. Brothers Kyaphus and Joshua are fighting to win her love. The two couldn’t be more opposites. it’s hard enough trying to get rid of an evil without having her heart and mind torn between the two.

Each chapter you will see a different character with his or her own POV. I

This book is perfect for the age group it is geared to as well as those who love reading fantasy. I did like the different POV that was handled by chapters so it helped stayed in tuned to what was going on. Some of the cliché that were said that were more current with our time were cute at first but at one point it got too much for this reader. This is a good read. I thought I had guess the ending. I was wrong. I liked that. This is not a quick read, well it wasn’t for me, but it was easy to follow with the great structure of the characters.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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“Breasts: The Owner’s Manual

The book for review is “Breasts: The owner’s manual” by Dr. Kristi Funk. This book falls in the genre of nonfiction and health.

Meet Dr. Kristi Funk a board certified breast cancer surgeon. In this book you will find a wealth of information and if you highlighted it all what you would get is a book that is yellow throughout.

The book is divided into four parts. The first one is the basic health of your breast. It gives you a good overview of your breast such as what it is composed off and the ins and outs of it. It goes over how to do a self-examination at home and what to look out for and also talks about myths we might have heard.

Part two talks about nutrition, what you should or shouldn’t be eating. But after food what else can you do? This is covered also. Part three talks about one’s personal risk to getting breast cancer. Part four pertains to screening and detection to being diagnosed to what happens next.

There are a lot of charts and lists inside this book that helps with the subject matter it is geared to. They are very informative and easy to follow and understand.

This is a very well thought out and written book on a subject matter that is scary and only too real for women across the world. Especially for those that has a family history of this happening. It really is a how to book or what we should be thinking of prior and after a diagnosis of breast cancer.

Even if you have not been diagnosed with this and have no family history of it this is still a good book to have on your shelf for the information inside is vast and could come in useful to you or someone you know.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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