Larson Jennings’ unexplained departure begins Tamera Alexander’s debut novel. The story is fast-paced, with a Hardy-esque feel.
Love is sometimes found in the most unlikely of places.
Loving any book with my name on the cover.
"Grumpy Old Bookman" Michael Allen's How and Why Lisa’s Dad Got to Be Famous: Wow! You got me in the first 12 pages.
An interesting if depthless ride from poshest Denver to muckiest Brazil.
Lolita is a book for fellow grammaphiles.
Why, in this day and age, would Steven Spielberg choose to produce a movie, Memoirs of a Geisha, that works best when the viewer knows nothing about the culture?
It was almost like reading descriptions of a variety of still life paintings. Charming to look at but no real depth beyond the use of colour and texture.
It's quiet at the publishing houses, busy at the bookstores, as we move deeper into holiday shopping season.