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I was given this book to read by a friend. I would not have read it otherwise because I did not think it would not give me any new information. Yet it was interesting to have watched Trump and then see what happened behind the scenes. With everything that Trump has done, it was good … Continue reading Review of A Warning
Perry finds a way to write about his oft covered themes (sounds like a bash, but stick with this!) in intriguing, beautiful ways
Tommy is an overly-sensitive person that feels the demands of putting duty over self. His wolf-self is the conflict of that.
Genealogy Fans will love this book If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on the … Continue reading Book Review- Take Me Home to Woodstock
I bought Liam Callanan’s Paris by the Book simply because he leaves in Wisconsin and I want to support local authors. Friends of mine also recommended his works. I enjoyed this book a lot. It is the story of a Leah, who’s husband disappears and the only clue he leaves is plane tickets to Paris. Intending … Continue reading Book Review Paris by the Book
The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach I read this book because my wife bought it and it was sitting on the bookshelf. Even though I knew better I suspected it was sort of like the book The Catcher in the Wry by Bob Uecker. In other words, reading it was a random act. With … Continue reading Book Review- Harbach
Holy Cow by David Duchovny reminded me Of Swine not By Jimmy Buffett In that I hated it. I love Buffet and Duchovny. Holy Cow, however, is hard to comprehend as to what it actually is? Is it a children’s book? An adult humor book? A fable or a joke? It is a about … Continue reading Book Review Holy Cow