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LEFT BEHIND SERIES BY TIM LAHAYE AND JERRY B. JENKINS

Needless to say I am only on Book Five of this Series.  Why you say am I just getting around to reading this dynamic, edge of your seat series?  338 more words

Book Review

REVIEW: GOLDBERG VARIATIONS, BY SUSAN ISAACS

Gloria Goldberg Garrison was not your typical grandmother. None of her grandchildren would describe her as indulgent…or even present, for that matter.

So when she summons them to her home in Santa Fe, just before her 80th birthday, they have to wonder what is going on. 343 more words

Book Review

Book Review: Unaccustomed Earth By Jhumpa Lahiri

I love books by Asian writers, but I even more enjoy Asian writers whose works look at the lives of immigrants, especially Indians living and growing up abroad. 704 more words

Culture

Book Review: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robian Sloan

I read Robin Sloan’s Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore during my Spring Break vacation. It’s one of the most refreshingly geeky and witty books that I have read this year. 556 more words

Bookworm

Insanity by Cameron Jace

Cameron Jace writes stories that are usually a modern day version of classic fairy tales ,but their plots are different from the classic ones.
Insanity is one such example . 577 more words

Enjoyment

Book #8: Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie

love Agatha Christie. Her fictional detective, Hercule Poirot, is a snarky, elderly man from Belgium who is now the consulting P.I. for Britain’s Scotland Yard. 293 more words

Books

Why I love books and bookshops

My last blog was very much of the heavy, political variety. This one is mixing it up completely. It is borne of various ideas and thought processes from the last few months, and as such is likely to be somewhat wandering and full of tangents. 2,168 more words

Depression