Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Week Thirty-Two

Looking for a summer read? You found it. This book is for music lovers. Virginia Hanlon Grohl meets with a slew of mothers, who share their point of view.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Week Thirty

Heard the authors' presentation at Auburn Community College. Could have included an index.

Week Twenty-Nine

Three exciting thrillers from the pen of James Patterson and James O. Born. The stories, don’t match title. Previously book shots.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Week Twenty-Eight

Revolving around an upscale chef and restaurant owner, the storyline is bit convoluted and ridiculous plus way too many characters. Also, lacked a plot. Al Roker did a pretty good job with what he had to work with here.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Week Twenty-Seven

A wonderful excursion into the life and land of Alaska. Romeo and Juliet with an Alaskan twist. Cliffhanger conclusion.

Week Twenty-Six

Having Scottish roots, read this story will enthusiasm. Enjoyed the stories of Sir Sean Connery’s childhood. All is all a good read.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Week Twenty-Five

If you ever owned an automobile and had desired to travel, and you admired Mark Twain’s quote regarding travel, this book should be read by you. Plus keep an eye out for the film.

Monday, March 2, 2020

Week Twenty-Four

Using Alaska as a main character, Dana Stabenow does a good job of giving you a sense of the conflicted lives the modern Aleut Indians face as they attempt to maintain their heritage, including their native lands, and face the reality of the modern world. Mutt is the best.