Donovan’s Devils brings to the forefront the unquestioned bravery of the operatives. The help they provided behind the lines was priceless
Jho Low, a Malaysian businessman, and Wharton graduate has been accused of stealing $4.5 billion from the Malaysian state development fund
When Surrender by Bono was published, I knew it was a must-read for me. I immediately took a liking to the format, 40 chapters each one relates to a U2 song
I enjoyed the story very much, the author put in just enough history to make it enjoyable but didn’t dwell on the details to make the narrative drag.
While I certainly enjoyed reading much of it, I thought that after 1,200+ pages, that the ending was rushed, with three minor characters closing it.
I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would. However, I could not shake the feeling that the author was writing for the screen, and not for a book
Syria’s Secret Library by Mike Thomson is an incredible book, and audiobook, showing how people yearn for some sort of normalcy in times of war
The Book Spy by Alan Hlad is interesting, the characters realistic, and even though a lot is happening, I never thought it was confusing.
A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes tells the story of the Odyssey from a female perspective. Ms. Haynes is an award-winning journalist, writer and comedian
I enjoyed reading John Tyler, the Accidental President and learned a lot about a President whose name most Americans won’t even recognize.