Review Country of Ash by Edward Reicher
Biography , Book reviews / August 8, 2013

To read this book, you should have an iron stomach. You’ll have to be very strong to bear the intense emotions you’ll feel when you keep in your hands Country of Ash, an historical and biographical book written by Edward Reicher, a Jewish doctor, dermatologist and physician lived in Poland during Nazi occupation lasted from 1939 to 1945. The book is subtitled just “A Jewish Doctor in Poland 1939-1945“. This tale moved me why is focused on a terrible event of history, a fact where millions of people died. This tragic event is named Holocaust. The author tells his tragic experience in the Lodz Ghetto, a zone where Reicher lived with his wife Pola and his little daughter Elizabeth, called only Elzunia. Through 253 pages Reicher gives a compelling account of the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto and offers us a story that looks like a fiction or a movie but that is awfully true. The tragedy of Poland and Reicher’s family began a hot evening of autumn in 1939, when German air forces destroyed the zone around Lodz, a country where Reicher was born and lived. That day, nobody could imagine what would happen. The buildings and the houses…

Review of God and New Physics
Book reviews , Non-Fiction / June 20, 2013

Today, I want to review a new book that talks about links between God and the new physics. What astonishes me is the faith that the author has when he talks about hot issues concerning God’s creation and the meaning that men give this big and so important event. This book is just entitled God and the New Physics. The author is Paul Davies. The book is published by Penguine and Paul Davies is one the brightest science authors of our time. God and New Physics doesn’t speak only about religion, but transforms science and religion in an excellent work to the advantage of physics, or rather, new physics. Can we define this book a work on physics? The answer is just that. God and New physics is a book on physics with very interesting insights on links between science and religion. Through 250 pages and 17 chapters, Davies explores and analyzes the fundamental stages of the universe creation , by beginning of theory of big bang and going, little by little, toward fascinating explanations of the most important theories on universe, creation and matter. In the beginning, the universe was a disordered mass that began mysteriously to explode by…

Beating Bipolar by Blake Levine
Biography , Book reviews / February 21, 2013

This time, I want speak about a book very intensive and rich of emotions. It is titled: Beating Bipolar: How One Therapist Tackled His Illness . . . and How What He Learned Could Help You! His author is a young man who suffered from bipolar disorder in the past: Blake Levine. Today, Blake is married and has a wonderful daughter. Blake has written this book to witness how it is possible to have a normal life even if you are suffering from bipolar disorder.   But what is bipolar disorder? In his book, the author clearly explains what bipolar disorder means. These words describe a mental illness that involves many people in the developed world. Today, It is estimated that the people suffering from bipolar disorder are between the four or five per cent of whole population. This mental illness hits men and women, both youths and adults. The first bipolar disorders symptoms can birth within young age or in the late teen age. During this illness,  patients have strong mood swings, characterized by depression and iper-frienzed states. During depression, a person can also think to commit suicide. During euphoric mood,  the same person can feel very important and have…

Review “When Tomorrow speaks to me” by Bridget Benson
Biography , Book reviews / November 2, 2012

In this article, in occasion of holiday of 2 November, in my country dedicated to remember the deaths, I want to introduce a review about a very singular and curious book. This book is not a fantasy or a fiction, but a true story of a woman who says to speak with the deaths.   The volume is titled When tomorrow speaks to me –  Memoirs of an Irish Medium by Bridget Benson. The medium is just Mrs. Benson, author of a biographical book where she tells all her life and the first supernatural episodes of contact with the deaths. Bridget Benson was born in County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland. She lived with her parents, grand parents and a great aunt in an country house without electricity and running water. After the death of her grandmother , at seventh years old, Bridget received a message about her father who would be died when she was twelve years old. This sad prophecy comes true and Bridget begins a life made of messages of her beloved father and other relatives. All messages that Bridget receives explain clearly many aspects of her life: her marriage with Kenn,  the children, a new…