When not writing, Jessica Buike enjoys spending time with her husband and many pets (including cats, rabbits, and a neurotic Border Collie). She currently resides in Bellevue, Nebraska and loves living in the Midwest because the weather gives her something to complain about.
Tired of suffering from arthritis pain? There is a possibility that what you are eating is causing you increased pain!
Written by an arthritis sufferer, for arthritis sufferers, this book is finally a resource of information for those who wish to find a more natural approach to reducing pain.
Fantastic storyline, with enough action to keep me reading - I read it in only a couple of days! There were plenty of editing and typo mistakes that could use correcting, but otherwise this was a great step into a paranormal realm.
Jack Hunter: Secret of the King has a lot going for it! The characters are likeable, and the situations are interesting. This book reminded me of some of my favorite movies as a kid - it was a good read! I liked the action and suspense, though muddling through the British English was a little hard for me since I'm American. Isn't it crazy how English doesn't always translate from one region to another?
As for the bad, there were a lot of examples of poor grammar and run-on sentences with WAYYY too many commas. Seriously way too many - some sentences felt like they had the hiccups! ;)
However, issues aside, I was still really glad I got the chance to read this book! I liked the extra touch with the chapter titles... if you read the book, you'll see what I mean. If the errors were fixed, it would easily earn five stars. As it is right now, I gave it four stars on Goodreads.
Intriguing introduction that immediately drew me into the storyline! There were a few grammatical errors considering the quality of the story - otherwise, this would have easily earned 5 stars! There was plenty of action, interesting characters, and an intricate plot that really helped this eBook stand out from the crowd. While there are religious topics touched on, I don't feel that it ever got "preachy" or "judgmental" but fell more along the lines of The DaVinci Code with its exploration of the mystic. Great read, just needs a little editing!