Archive for the ‘3 Stars’ Category

Book Review: Crisis Economics by Nouriel Roubini and Stephen Mihm

The book gives a good overview of capitalism from the point of view of the crisis that happens every once in a while, before and after reforms.

Book Review: Debt Free For Life by David Bach

There are some good tips in this book, but it’s very redundant which is either to help the reader remember the tips or being used as filler to make the book thicker

Book Review: After Alice by Gregory Maguire

About: After Alice by Gregory Maguire is a novel written in the style of Lewis Carroll about a friend of Alice who follows her into Wonderland. Mr. Maguire wrote the bestselling novel Wicked and its sequels among other books. The pub­lisher is giv­ing away one copy of this book  –to enter fill out the Raf­fle­copt­ter […]

Giveaway & Book Review: We Had A Job To Do by Theresa Anzaldua

The book is not an in depth look at the war, but it’s a wonderful introduction to the culture and people of the time.

Book Review: Flyboys by James Bradley

About: Flyboys: A True Story of Courage by James Bradley is a non-fiction book about pilots in World War II. Mr. Bradley wrote several World War II books, the most famous is Flags of Our Fathers. 592 pages Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Language: English ISBN-10: 031610728X My rat­ing for Flyboys – 3 Buy this […]

Book Review: New World by Andrew Motion

It is a brave endeavor to write a sequel or a prequel to existing, classic novels and Mr. Motion does justice to Stevenson’s style and story.

Book Review: Wicked by Gregory Maguire

I found this book mediocre and somewhat disjointed. Yet, I found it strangely interesting – maybe because I think that the idea is brilliant and the overall story is good.

Book Review: The Gunslinger by Stephen King

Mr. King does write an excellent scene and creates a very dramatic world, but the cost was the storyline, which I thought wasn’t very substantial. The story feels more as an homage to Westerns (my favorite genre in films) and the magical world of Camelot. The novel does a great job at it, using the same technology and socioeconomic themes, but what makes a good movie does not necessarily makes a good book.

Book Review: Never Pay Full Price Again by Mr. Cheapskate

About: Never Pay Full Price Again: 5 Simple Lessons on How to Save Money on Anything & Everything by Mr. Cheapskate is an eBook containing a few short lessons on saving money. 15 pages Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Language: English My rat­ing for Never Pay Full Price Again — 3 Buy this book from […]

Book Review: The Mapmaker’s Children by Sarah McCoy

I liked the stories of the women and the found the characters to be affable and smart. The author can certainly write and engaging story and I found myself to be sympathetic to the storyline.

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