A Bastard's Indie Book Review: Expat Thoughts and Dark Chains (Podcast)

A Bastard's Indie Book Review: Expat Thoughts and Dark Chains

It's been a long time, but here we go! Quick thoughts about Kavanaugh, being Trump Free, and not turning back.


Before A Bastard's Indie Review of Dark Chains by LaTasha "Tacha B" Braxton, a chapter reading of this memoir. Hopefully, I can find more time to upload new podcast episodes and interviews.

Intricate Deceptions (Intricate, #1) by Jennifer Rayes

I rate this 3. 5 Stars or out of 5 a dark beginning with some serious potential. On the positive side, I can see a different opening for this book perhaps gear more towards "Young Adult" readers, while I am underwhelmed on the writer's decision on using human trafficking to introduce her main character, and I also see her gift for writing romantic plot points and fun characters and action.

Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins by Robert Crown

This memoir and journey to find solace first chapter is a nightmarish roller coaster ride; it is not an easy admission for anyone to talk about a parent attempting to murder their children. I would also add that is not easy for a child to understand the psychosis of a deranged mother and uncaring father, "Suffering Ends When Awakening Begins" by Robert Crown is a testament that many of us would prefer to keep secret and suffer in silence.