William Phenn is a book reviewer for Reader Views. Writing from the heart, he expresses his feelings and thoughts (gathered from his life), in a manner that would not attract the average person. William's writing is a reflection of his inner self. All his trials, triumphs, attempts and failures are depicted in his work.
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Tomas, a cellist and dreamer, denies the devastating changes happening in 1930's Germany — until he is drafted into Hitler's Wehrmacht.
Gallops across the grand panorama of the American Civil War with all the rousing excitement of a full-out cavalry charge.
A gripping mystery that will keep you obsessively turning the pages.
Is Joe Solitus the spokesman for the digital generation? Is simplicity the answer?
Bradford's journey ushers him to the emotional and spiritual reckonings of both people and animals in Africa.
A hundred-page book of hundred-word stories...
Buck, just a child when his father died, was not satisfied with the decision of the coroner...
Idea-Links challenges the conventional wisdom around creativity, replacing it with a new way of thinking...
An honest attempt towards a serious project to present an objective analysis of U.S. foreign policy for India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
This fascinating novel exams all sides within the context of a very unique segment of American history.