Category Archives: Talking Books

Reading lists and reviews.

Stuck in Manistique by Dennis Cuesta

Dear Fellow Reader, With this review, I am finally caught up with my reviews of freebie books. (You know the drill, I am given a copy of the book in exchange for my unbiased review.) Stuck in Manistique is not … Continue reading

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Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield

Dear Fellow Reader, Have you ever not been able to remember the plot to a book that you know you read? I had read The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield and remembered that I thought the book was excellent. Then … Continue reading

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The Rain Watcher by Tatiana de Rosnay

Dear Fellow Reader, In case you ever wondered if I will not warmly embrace a book – especially one that I was asked to review (that means I got it free) – this review will be the proof. I hate … Continue reading

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Lab Rats by Dan Lyons

Dear Fellow Reader, This week’s book is a bit different from my normal reading.  First of all, it is nonfiction, which while not completely out of my norm is still different.  It is also not biographical or history. The full … Continue reading

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The Girl from Berlin: A Novel by Ronald H. Balson

Dear Fellow Reader, In general, my writing of these reviews is a lot slower than my reading. This makes some sense because I read a lot. And I just got back from vacation which means that I am behind because, … Continue reading

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