“The Visible Man” Defies Classification

I have to admit that “The Visible Man” by Chuck Klosterman is the first book by him I’ve read. He has a few other books out there, most notably, “Fargo Rock City” and “Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs.” Although they have intriguing titles, I doubt I’m going to use my Amazon gift certificates on even…
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“The Last Juror” A Trip Down Memory Lane

Reading “The Last Juror” by John  Grisham was a nostalgic trip for me. It’s basically about a young man, fresh out of college, who takes over a small-town weekly newspaper. I’m not a young man fresh out of college, but I can recall working for a weekly newspaper. There were so many similarities — the…
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The Latest Reading

I’ve been on vacation, so of course, I took my Kindle with me and read and read and read. Thankfully, I can read in the car, just not while I’m driving. My husband and I drove to a resort in Minnesota, where lately they’ve had LOTS of rain, so I got in a lot of reading.…
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337 Pages To Go

I don’t know what possessed me to open up the book, “The Cider House Rules” by John Irving. I’d bought the book some time ago in paperback with a picture of Tobey McGuire on the front. He played the part of Homer Wells in the movie version. Pfft. I can’t imagine trying to convert this…
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“One Day”

Someone at my book club recommended “One Day” by David Nicholls. I didn’t even know it was a movie until my sister told me minutes before I left to go to book club. Eh, wouldn’t have made a difference. It was an OK book — I enjoy reading stories with “British-isms.” The first time they…
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