I read about all the hit Netflix shows based on Coben’s books so I bit.
If the people in my real life were as one dimensional and clichéd as the characters in this book, I’d probably end up on the …
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I just finished reading John McPhee’s
Rising From the Plains which is the third book in his series Annals of the Former World. Rising From the Plains tells the geological story of the area we know as Wyoming and the … the rest “Rising From the Plains”
Goin’ to Kansas City by Nathan W. Pearson Jr. My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Of appeal to a niche audience at this point. I’m in that niche.
Many of the performers mentioned in this book were still alive when …
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How to Listen to Jazz by Ted Gioia
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A great book for novices but worth the read for aficionados as well. I enjoy discovering what others find interesting about the things I love.
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Stories of Your Life and Others by Ted Chiang My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Wonderful. Stories with ideas you don’t just consider for a moment, but return to again and again.
What if you could remember your future? What …
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Author Lois Lowery.
The Giver by Lois Lowry My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Archiving the memories of a society that has decided real human experience is too dangerous is an interesting concept. I understand this is a book for younger folks but …
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As a friend recently pointed out to me, David McCullough is a national treasure. His book, The American Spirit, is a collection of 15 addresses given at various historic sites, universities, Congress and the White House.
To read these addresses …
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I have just finished reading and enjoying The Sun Temple by Tarrytown novelist Brian Späth. Cannabis induced gradients of experience and perception surrounding walking excursions to The Battery. An ebb and flow of a euphoric paranoia that will let you …
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One foot in front of the other.
Me vs. the Rockefeller trails.
Not big on plugging product, but I’ve had an amazing experience with a pair of walking shoes I thought I’d pass along.
I tried to figure out the original purchase date for these but I …
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