A charming debut novel, about an unlikely friendship between an elderly widow and a giant Pacific octopus that will leave you surprised and delighted!
While The Unfamiliar Garden by Benjamin Percy could certainly classify as a horror novel, I found it to be less scary and more of a science-fiction thriller.
The stars of this book are the characters, which I feel I can say for the whole series. They are interesting, as well as intelligent
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Not a traditional travel guide. This book allows the reader to skip in sections, and choose whatever trip or adventure they’d like to experience.
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A historical fiction book taking place in 1793, following the life of Hercules, a slave in Mt. Vernon, as well as President George Washington’s chef.
The book immediately caught my attention since I really enjoy these min-biographies which delve in depth into a short, but meaningful time in the subject’s life
About: The Osterman Weekend by Robert Ludlum is a novel published in 1972. The thriller is the second book published by Mr. Ludlum. My rating for The Osterman Weekend – 4 Buy this book in paper or electronic format* More Books by Robert Ludlum Thoughts: The Osterman Weekend by Robert Ludlum starts out with murder and deception. A TV host of a magazine type show, is being summoned to Washington under false pretenses and convinced by the CIA that his friends are conspiring against the country. The host, John Tanner, invites his friends to his home for the weekend in order for the traitor to reveal themselves so the CIA could capture them. This is a clever, intriguing and fun book which has glimmers of the genius which Robert Ludlum is about to become. The characters come to life, even though not all of them are likeable or pleasant. I’ve enjoyed this book (not as much as I enjoyed Ludlum’s later releases) simply because it intrigued me, the characters were interesting and the plot was fascinating since both the reader and the main character have no idea what’s going on. Even though The Osterman Weekend might seem thick, as are…