Beneath the words elicits deep senses enshrouded in the expressions visioned by the authors of the following books through Rochak Agarwal's thoughtful book reviews:
CL Bledsoe has a new book that has a spin on the memoir. It is one, but it’s written in essays. His pieces are compelling. They offer up a slice of life, and a way into someone else’s world.
In this new memoir, E.A. Cooper shares a short period of time in his life from when he served about 10 months in the Marines in South Vietnam. He refers to these months as his far east experiences.
This new guide to Shakespeare, contains everything you may have ever wanted to know plus more about the prolific historic author! Kazanthes thoroughly examines every detail behind these world renowned writings.
The unforgettable experiences related by John Yamrus in his latest book “Five Dogs” reveals heartfelt and loving emotions. Five Dogs exemplify an incalculable level of affinity between humans and dogs.
Azsacra Zarathustra’s work always makes for an interesting read, and his latest books (Indo-Europe Rising and Atoms of Kshatriyas are no exception. Since these books are related in terms of content, I will review them both together in this article). In these texts Azsacra Zarathustra continues to expand on the themes developed in earlier works and a number of concepts presented in these titles are covered extensively and explained in earlier books. As such, I would to stress here that Zarathustra’s work can be intellectually challenging for beginners and people whom are not well versed in traditional metaphysics and philosophy.
New book of Moshé Liba «Bush Meat» is a refined pattern of a post-Bible reflection, where Secrets of Spirit rigidly open through unusual poetic-naturalistic synthesis ― is an utmost combination of symbolical tragedy and of the concrete horrifying doc