Title: Lemuria and Atlantis: Studying The Past To Survive The Future (Goodreads) Author: Shirley Andrews Publication:Llewellyn Publications (Jan. 8, 2004) Pages: 288 Genre: New Age/Metaphysical Format: Paperback Source: Library Rating: 4/5 stars Shirley Andrews brings the sunken cities to life in Lemuria and Atlantis. With the research she has gathered, Andrews describes in detail the citizens' cultures, science/technology, and their migrations after their lands … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “Lemuria and Atlantis” by Shirley Andrews
Looking at the cover art, I thought this manga series was another creation of One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda. Nope, this is written by a completely different mangaka: Hiro Mashima. Fairy Tail begins with a wizard named Lucy on her way to join the wizard guild of her dreams: Fairy Tail. She meets Fairy Tail member Natsu and … Continue reading Manga Monday #8: “Fairy Tail” by Hiro Mashima
Title: Axis of the World: The Search for the Oldest American Civilization Author: Igor Witkowski Publication: Adventures Unlimited Press (Dec. 1, 2008) *first published on Sep. 1, 2008) Pages: 238 Genre: New Age/Metaphysical Format: Paperback Source: Library Rating: 2/5 stars Igor Witkowski presents a captivating premise searching for the oldest civilization on Earth (specifically in the Pacific area). However, his extensive research extends … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “Axis of the World” by Igor Witkowski
Title: The Mayan Code: Time Acceleration and Awakening of the World Mind Author: Barbara Hand Clow Publication: Bear and Company (Mar. 29, 2007) Pages: 304 Genre: New Age/Metaphysical Format: Paperback Source: Library Rating: 3/5 stars The Mayan Code carries out a brighter perspective of 2012 as a new beginning than the end of the world. Barbara Hand Clow claims … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: “The Mayan Code” by Barbara Hand Clow
I updated the author index so you'll only find the book reviews I've made along with the Manga Mondays and manga reviews. Have a nice day!
With Salem's hectic Witch Trials history, its ghost stories only make the town more of a supernatural hot spot. Bridget Bishop and Giles Corey are many of the witch trial victims who reportedly haunt the city. No hotel, restaurant, or cemetery is safe.
Just a few days after I posted my previous book haul post, I ventured into a new library with a treasure trove of books! I only checked out a small load since I already have a good cue of books to keep me busy for the month. An exploration of the Mayan Calendar's interpretation of … Continue reading June 2016 Library Book Haul II