Review of The Pharaoh’s Cat by Maria Luisa Lang

Wrappa-Hamen lives an interesting life. He spends his days hanging out with the Pharaoh, being tickled by pretty servant girls, stuffing his face with delicious delicacies and licking his private parts. Wrappa-Hamen is a cat and he’s the only one… Read more

Review of The Dirty Parts of the Bible by Sam Torode

In 1936, nineteen-year-old Tobias Henry lives a sheltered Remus, Michigan life. As the only child of an overzealous Baptist preacher, Tobias spends most of his time thinking about God and girls. After a loud argument, involving a frozen chicken and… Read more

Review of The Tragedy of Fidel Castro by Joao Cerqueira

The author prefaces The Tragedy of Fidel Castro with a disclaimer stating that, “All characters and organizations mentioned are entirely fictional.” Yet, from there we follow the story of JFK, Fidel Castro, Fatima, Christ and God Himself. Although the author… Read more

Review of Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty

Three Wishes is a very funny contemporary fiction novel, and the first book written by one of my favorite authors. The story is about a set of triplets, living in Sidney Australia, who try to help one another get through,… Read more