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Book Review of &Lsquo;murder on The Orient Express’

by rattle99 in Issues, February 17, 2015

Murder on the Orient Express is a detective novel by Agatha Christie featuring the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. It was first published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on one January 1934.

‘‘The impossible could not have happened; therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.’’

My Top Ten Books of 2014

by brayn1 in Issues, February 12, 2015

I attempted to integrate more classics into my 2014 reading list, along with business, fiction, historical non-fiction, health and science fiction. With such diverse genres, it’s difficult to assemble my top 10 books of 2014, that said, here’s my list.

Simple Tricks to Get Book Reviews Fast

by brayn1 in Issues, February 12, 2015

As many authors know, one great way to improve book sales and attract more views is to receive a large number of positive reviews for the book. The advantage of having reviews demonstrates to potential buyers and readers that they can have confidence in taking a reasonable chance on reading your book. This is especially true for starting out since your name is unknown.

Day 2.5: Cha Ching

by Danzil in Issues, February 10, 2015

Three Ways to make money online for teenagers and my opinion on them!

Apex Steelseries Gaming Keyboard

by whosWriting in Advice, January 27, 2015

A review of the apex gaming keyboard.

Xbox 360 App Review: WWE Network

by ageeinc in Advice, November 8, 2014

This is my review of the wrestling app known as the " WWE Network ".

Grisham Kills to The Heart of Racism

by KAUSHAL1 in Advice, November 8, 2014

Book Review and Summary of A Time to Kill by John Grisham.

Cormoran Strikes Again with The Silkworm

by KAUSHAL1 in People, August 3, 2014

Book Review and Summary of The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith.

Adrev – Do NOT Join // (Honest Review) Scammers!

by EshanMistry73 in Issues, July 19, 2014

Just a warning NOT to join a company called "AdRev"! This article will explain why and my experiences with them! Please NOTE: They’re may be some explicit/bad language that some audiences may not appreciate.

“Tarantula Arms” a Little Look at Blanche Dubios

by CreativityEvoked in Philosophy, June 26, 2014

In the film adaptation of the well-known play, A Streetcar Named Desire, we see the transformation and inevitable deterioration of our white-wooded Blanche Dubois. This character undergoes one of the most dramatic spirals into insanity that I have ever had the misfortune of seeing. And having said that, it also leads up to one of the best reveals of personality that I have had the pleasure of seeing. Done in a way that can be described as a work of art, Blanche Dubois’ thrust through her veil of illusion is ironically her final break from reality.

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