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posted a Quick Tip about Monsignor Quixote. March 06, 2013
Monsignor Quixote
"How do you maintain your faith?"    "I know God exists."    "How?"    "I know God exists. I touch him."    "Well...is he …
posted a Quick Tip about Pagoda, Skull & Samurai. September 22, 2012
Pagoda, Skull & Samurai
A great English language introduction to the works of Koda Rohan, one of the classic authors from the Meiji Era. It is a great companion to Mulhern's biography of the author. The works included …
reviewed Knights of the Round. March 01, 2012
posted in The Gaming Hub
Knights of the Round
You may recall that in Monty Python's take on the story of King Arthur and the Holy Grail, Arthur got into an argument with a snooty French castle keeper about how coconuts could have randomly fallen …
posted a Quick Tip about Lolita (book). June 20, 2011
It has been awhile since I read this book and others by the author. I recommend it highly. Most people think of it only as a sex book. In fact the name Lolita has become synonomous with sex with a young …
posted a Quick Tip about The Red Badge of Courage. April 12, 2011
The Red Badge of Courage
This is truly a seminal novel of the Civil War that explores what it means to be a coward or a hero. It brings to light the horror of war.
posted a Quick Tip about The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. April 12, 2011
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
One of Mark Twain's greatest books and an extremely enjoyable read. It is a very humorous and great adventure story.
reviewed Frankenstein. March 10, 2011
Frankenstein (novel)
Readers will be surprised to read this nineteenth century "horror story," because the English woman Mary W. Shelley (1797-1851) did not write this book as it is shown in the many motion pictures …
reviewed The Wind in the Willows. February 15, 2011
The Wind in the Willows (first edition; 1908)
... As history-books have showed;   But never a name to go down to fame   Compared with that of Toad!"      THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, a turn-of-the century …
posted a Quick Tip about The Outsider. December 22, 2010
The Outsider
Meursault is a clerk in Algiers, an intentionally non-descript young man with no particularly interesting traits, characteristics, skills or habits. Now considered to be mandatory reading for those interested …
reviewed The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. November 16, 2010
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
   Not only is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn a brilliant and funny story of an adolescent boy, it is the story of an adolescent nation: the United States circa 1885. It raises broad, moral …
posted a Quick Tip about The Hobbit (novel). November 05, 2010
The Hobbit- First Edition
Loved it when I read it myself. Was I too young when they read it to me at school, or did I just want to read at my own pace?
posted a Quick Tip about The Lord of the Rings (novel). November 05, 2010
The Lord of the Rings (novel)
They read the Hobbit to me at school; I think I didn't like being read to so I refused to read Lord of the Rings till I was at college and a friend recommended it. Good friend. I was hooked.
reviewed The Hobbit (novel). October 13, 2010
The Hobbit- First Edition
   I loved reading "The Hobbit".  However, I've known many people who could not make it through reading The Hobbit (lost interest) even though these same people have devoured …
posted a Quick Tip about The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. October 12, 2010
The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings
i love these books, ive read them multiple times. and i loved the triliogy movies and am excited to see how the long awaited Hobbit movie will turn out.
posted a Quick Tip about Flowers for Algernon. October 05, 2010
posted in Forbidden Planet
Flowers for Algernon
A cautionary tale. Just because a thing "can" be done, it does not necessarily follow that it "should" be done.
reviewed The Parasite. August 25, 2010
The Parasite
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is, of course, best known for his Sherlock Holmes and Professor Challenger characters. What is much less well known is that Doyle was fascinated with spiritualism and the paranormal. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Lord of the Rings (novel). August 08, 2010
The Lord of the Rings (novel)
Okay. Don't get mad that this is popular. Take a read. Develops a love of words and worldbuilding, and a truly deep sense of mythology, one infused with moral and elemental significance.
posted a Quick Tip about The Little Prince. August 08, 2010
The Little Prince
Sad whimsy. Interesting in the French original. Got some quaint and often melancholic moments.
posted a Quick Tip about The Hobbit (novel). August 08, 2010
The Hobbit- First Edition
This has got to be my favorite book of all time. It was introduced to me as a kid. Ignore all the hype. Prepare to hate it, and you might actually enjoy it!
A Long Fatal Love Chase by Louisa May Alcott
    Louisa may Alcott is perhaps best known for 'Little Women' and perhaps you are already turning away, not a big fan of this classic story. I wasn't either, in fact 'Little …
reviewed The Silmarillion. July 23, 2010
The Silmarillion
I bought this book on the recommendation of a friend, i thought it looked and sounded good since i absolutely love the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I'm really sad to say how mistaken i was. This book …
reviewed The Hobbit (novel). July 21, 2010
The Hobbit- First Edition
   Forget Stephanie Meyers, younglings.  THIS is the novel that will stretch your imagination.  You want monsters?  We got that.  You want adventure?  Got that too.  …
reviewed The Fellowship of the Ring. July 21, 2010
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Fellowship of the Ring is one of my favorite books of all time. I have read it numerous times, and I always enjoy it. It's a book that never grows old. Every time I reread it, I find something …
posted a Quick Tip about The Silmarillion. July 20, 2010
The Silmarillion
A bit slow and ponderous, it can be tough to wade through this book. It's an excellent example of an epic mythology, though, and fans of Tolkein's world will appreciate this legendary prehistory.
reviewed The Hobbit (novel). July 19, 2010
The Hobbit- First Edition
I recently reread this amazing children's classic and I was amazed at how fun and exciting it still was. The Hobbit is much more child-friendly and light hearted than the Lord of the Ring trilogy …
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