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reviewed The Numbers Man. November 20, 2010
The Numbers Man
This is an entertaining if somewhat quirky book, the tale of one man's search for love on the net. It almost reads as autobiographical, but it is stated as fiction, so perhaps the reader can decide where …
reviewed The Forest of Hands and Teeth. August 22, 2010
The Forest of Hands and Teeth
This is a very entertaining novel; a poignant mix of love story and zombie horror story - unusual to say the least. Our heroes live as sheltered life as possible in a small village which is fenced off …
reviewed The Passage. August 05, 2010
The Passage
Justin Cronin's newest novel is a masterpiece.      The novel begins a few years into the future, where the military is experimenting with a virus which has the potential to prolong …
The Things That Keep Us Here
Carla Buckley has created a chilling story of domestic horror with her debut novel. The scenario is all too believable and topical - global pandemic of avian flu, and a family's struggles to remain in …
reviewed Johnny Porno. May 12, 2010
Johnny Porno
Much has been made of the plot by other reviewers here, so I won't re-hash it, and I have to admit that the title of the book gave me pause. I'm no prude, but do I really want to read a book about the …
The Real History of the End of the World:
This is rather a difficult book to classify, as I haven't read it as a history as such, but rather an interesting overview of how we human beings apparently have, throughout time, been patiently (or impatiently …
The Widow Clicquot: The Story of a Champagne
I have just finished "The Widow Cliquot" about Barbe-Nicole Cliquot, who when she became a widow (veuve) established the vineyard that became Veuve Cliquot, changed the way champagne was made and marketed, …
reviewed Climate of Uncertainty. April 20, 2010
Climate of Uncertainty
Other reviewers have made a lot of this interesting little book being a balanced view of climate change - what is clearly the hottest issue (excuse the pun) on the world stage for a long time. And it …
reviewed The Captive Queen. April 20, 2010
The Captive Queen
Alison Weir has written a very entertaining novel of the turbulent life that Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine spent together, ruling the greatest empire in Christendom.    She paints …
Seven-Tenths: Love, Piracy, and Science at Sea
David Fisichella's life took an interesting new direction when he met and fell in love with Amy, a physical oceanographer who also happened to be losing her sight. It is the story of their meeting and …
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