Review of This Side of Providence by Rachel M. Harper

Arcelia Perez flees Puerto Rico to escape an abusive husband. She takes her small daughter Luz, but leaves her son Cristo behind when she boards a plane to NYC. Somewhere along the way, she decides that taking drugs is the… Read more

Review of Cindy Where Are You by Roger Rapel

eBook Review Gal will be participating in the Cindy Where Are You Virtual Book Tour, so please check back for more information on June 12th. In the meantime, here is the eBook Review Gal book review:   Jim Broadbent is… Read more

Review of On His Turf by Jennifer Watts

About On His Turf: Carmelina Dahl is used to taking care of herself. Growing up on the poor side of Austin with a drunk for a mother gave her little other choice. But she’s worked hard to get ahead and… Read more

Review of Ruby by Cynthia Bond

Ephram Jennings is a forty-something year old man who lives in Liberty, Texas with his older sister, Celia. Celia has raised Ephram, since he was eight, after their mother was admitted to the local mental hospital. They live a quiet… Read more

Review of Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline

The Orphan Train is a poignant and thought-provoking story that reveals the atrocities that were committed by the Children’s Aid Society, in the 1920s. This society felt as if they were doing a great service for orphaned children by removing them… Read more

Review of Kill Daddy by Gerald Freeman

Gerald Freeman has been running from an abusive childhood for most of his adult life. He’s finally at a point where he’s realized that self-medicating with assorted drugs and pushing away well-meaning friends has gotten him nowhere. It’s time for… Read more

A Child Born Man by Kenneth Thompson

  About the Book: A Child Born Man is author Kenneth Thompson’s compelling autobiography.  In his candidly raw book, Thompson details his journey through the storms and the darkness of his life, but also narrates how God came to help to… Read more