Monthly Archives: October 2015

After You, Jo Jo Moyes, author, Anna Acton, narrator

I want Louisa Clark to be my new best friend forever! I seriously cannot wait for this author to write the next book in this series, for surely there will be another. I simply enjoyed watching Louisa grow into a … Continue reading

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UnLikeable, Edward Klein

Hillary Clinton is exposed in Ed Klein’s book, as a woman who will say and do anything to be elected and/or apparently, to get her way. The ultimate end results never seem to matter, nor do the means by which … Continue reading

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The Heart Goes Last, Margaret Atwood, narrators, Cassandra Campbell, Mark Deakins

The premise of the book seems to be that the world has descended into a state of turmoil; all hell has broken loose on the ground with joblessness, poverty, starvation, and lawlessness growing in many cities. However, those who can … Continue reading

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Luckiest Girl Alive, Jessica Knoll, author, Madeleine Maby, narrator

When the book begins, TifAni FaNelli, as the stylish, 28 year old, soon to be, Ani Harrison, is a typical Bridezilla. Unfortunately, the foul language she used in so much of her dialogue almost had me giving up and never … Continue reading

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The whites, Richard Price under the pen name Harry Brandt; narrator, Ari Fliakos

This detective novel seemed to be out to prove one thing, and that is that the line that separates the criminal from the cop is thin enough to miss. None of the characters had much character. The police didn’t respect … Continue reading

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Thirteen Ways of Looking, Colum McCann

Thirteen ways of looking is a keeper! I wish I could assign 10 stars to this book of four short stories. The writing is lyrical with clean lines and no wasted words as they slip from the page and gently … Continue reading

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Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, Brian Stevenson, author and narrator.

Brian Stevenson is a descendant of slaves and a strong and honorable activist for a justice system that provides fair treatment for all, especially those who are powerless and poor, those who do not have the resources for their own … Continue reading

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