Six short book reviews: fiction, science fiction, mystery/thriller, nonfiction
Six short book reviews: science fiction, fiction, police procedurals
Canned laughter. Who does that any more?
Seven short book reviews: science fiction/fantasy, mysteries, historical fiction, thrillers.
In the spirit of end-of-year lists, here are the ten books I read in this year that stand out in my mind.
I don’t know if Trump will resign (even if he’s impeached, he certainly won’t be convicted, so giving up à la Nixon is the best we can hope for), but if he does we’ll have Pence, and if Pence has his way we’ll have Gilead. Atwood is a timely read, to say the least.
The salesman told Donna not only will we not have to rinse dishes before putting them in the new unit, we shouldn’t, because the dishwasher it’s to work best with dirty dishes. Uh-huh. Tell me another one, appliance salesman.
I know from Facebook that many of my friends are also members of local and neighborhood book clubs, and it gives me hope. We are smarter and more intellectually curious than you might assume from the crap we normally post on social media. Now if we can just get off our asses and vote, eh?