Daily Archives: April 30, 2017

The Aspern Papers ~ by Henry James

I really wanted to read this for a long time because it’s so short and I’ve read and very much enjoyed  many other works by James.  It’s very highly regarded and I can see why. A first person male character is … Continue reading

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A Quiet Life in the Country ~ by T.E. Kinsey

It was on sale.  It’s the first of a series.  I went for it.  I’ll not be bothering with more of these. ******* A Quiet Life in the Country by T.E. Kinsey 2014 / 258 pages read by Elizabeth Knoweldon … Continue reading

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The Silent Dead ~ by Tetsuya Honda

This is a Japanese import which intrigued me but when I first saw the “cast of characters” in the Kindle edition I got nervous.  I’m listening and those kinds of names are quite difficult for me to distinguish.  Fortunately,  I … Continue reading

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Judas ~ by Amos Oz

I’ve been a fan of Amos Oz for a long time, but only read A Tale of Love and Darkness,  Scenes From Village Life, and perhaps some essays. ******* Judas by Amos Oz 2016 / 320 pages read by Jonathan Davis … Continue reading

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A Power Governments Cannot Suppress ~ by Howard Zinn

Howard Zinn (1922 -2010) is best known for his book,  A People’s History of the United States first published in 1980.  In 2017 some congressman in the state of Arkansas proposed that all of Zinn’s books be banned from the public schools. … Continue reading

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