Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham is actually a collection of several short stories, which have very little, or nothing at all, to do with each other.
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
The two childhood friends find themselves on opposite sides of the courtroom, in a showdown that will live its mark on Biloxi for generations to come
As someone working closely with Mr. Pratchett, the author witnessed the tragedy, as well as comedy, of working with a declining beloved person
On a hot night, in Apartment C4, when 18-year-old Blandine exits her body, almost in the same way her name sake, Saint Blandine, did 2,000 years ago
A compelling narrative of an administration steeped in non-stop scandal, much of it its own doing. Touching almost every headline generated from the oval
This was a very enjoyable yarn, convincing and lovely. A good story, with a bunch of pop-culture references, just enough tech-talk to make sense
The Israel/Palestine conflict, of course, can fill hundreds of books, but it goes to show the gray moral ambiguity of all the characters.
This book is brilliant, insane and twisted – a grotesque fable, sometimes funny & beautifully written. Even my daughter came to enjoy it after the first chapter
The book’s strength is the presentation of coal mining, it’s benefits & destroying the environment. The struggles of coal miners are presented in a clear manner