Literature

Book Review: Paper Princess

The Paper Princess is a book that no words can describe, written by Erin Watt, a brain child of the two accomplished authors Jen Fredrick and Elle Kennedy . With the roller coaster of emotions in store, be prepared to be ruined by the Royals. Ella Harper is the definition of …

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Politics

A Political Analysis of The Devil’s Highway

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of Daily Nova. The Devil’s Highway, by Luis Alberto Urrea, is a deeply evocative story about the border conflict between the United States and Mexico. More specifically, it follows the lives and experiences of …

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Business

Launch- Jeff Walker’s Product Launch Formula

When an Internet millionaire promises you the “secret formula to sell almost anything online, build a business you love, and live the life of your dreams,” how do you approach it? With a very skeptical mind. However, when I began reading Jeff Walker’s book Launch, I pushed away my doubts …

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Literature

Book Review: A Chain of Thunder by Jeff Shaara

Jeff Shaara has continued the legacy of his father through his prequel and sequel to Michael Shaara’s The Killer Angels, culminating a trilogy capturing the American Civil War, and has once again triumphed in that era with A Chain of Thunder. Things look bleak for the men in blue as …

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Literature

Book Review: Life of Pi by Yann Martel

  Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, is perhaps one of the greatest books on philosophy ever written, delving heavily into themes of faith and hope, all while telling the exciting story of a boy and a tiger. The story goes like this: Piscine Patel is a young Indian boy …

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Literature

Series Review: The Reckoners by Brandon Sanderson

At last, the age old question is answered: “What if we had superpowers?” As it turns out, it doesn’t go well. In Brandon Sanderson’s post-apocalyptic series, The Reckoners, a flash of light appears in the sky, giving random people across the world superpowers of all sorts, nicknamed Epics. With the arrival …

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