The first book that I read by Sue Miller – While I Was Gone – I loved. I even really liked Lost in the Forest. […]
John Irving’s latest novel, Last Night in Twisted River, thrusts another unforgettable character into his reader’s imaginations. Like Garp and Owen Meany, Ketchum, a grizzly […]
I think I liked it BETTER than The Time Traveler’s Wife!…Identical twins are sole heirs of their aunt (whom they’ve never met), move into her London flat (which she is now haunting) and develop relationships with the two men who also live in the building – one of whom is OCD and the other is their aunts former lover.
Geraldine Brooks’ People of the Book is like a beautifully wrapped gift.
Because I’m so far behind, I’m going to take advantage of the fact that two of the reviews I need to write are by the […]
If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, you probably will love (and may already know about) Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. When I picked it […]
Winner of the Man Booker Prize in 2009, Wolf Hall is Hilary Mantel’s account of part of King Henry VIII’s reign in England through the […]
Flannery O’Connor once said (paraphrased): “When you’re from the South, it isn’t a matter of if there are freaks in your family, it is just […]
I’ve said it before, but this is what I like best in an audio book. Greg Iles’ Turning Angel is the epitome of a page […]
Patients should trust their doctors, right? When a doctor says you need a specific treatment to save something as important as your vision, you should […]