When I heard John Grisham was writing a baseball book I looked forward to it. I wasn't disappointed. The book kept my attention with the great style of a mystery but also the fun of baseball. I loved the narrator as he brought the story to life.
Team of Rivals held my attention even though it was a long book. I really like history so it held my attention. I learned things about Lincoln I had not known before so I really enjoyed this book. Too bad the movie missed about 60% of this book.
Wow, even though there is statements of reincarnation, the story is very intriguing. My interest was held throughout. The story helped me appreciate my dogs more than before, and I already appreciated them. If you are looking for an interesting read, here is a good book to try.
Patrick Stewart should have read the entire series. I loved his ability to bring this story alive. This was a great conclusion for the story and had a perfect explanation of the unpardonable sin.
The Magician's Nephew started out as an average book, but as the story developed it became a delight to listen to. The narrator presented the story in a very entertaining manner.
Shasta is such a brave little boy that has the adventure of a lifetime. He met a young woman and two talking horses that had much of the adventure with him. I enjoyed this book.
Traveling to the end of the world, what an adventure. I loved the descriptions of the islands and the adventures that the children were a part of.
CS Lewis developed an interesting tail that carries the story of Narnia into a very interesting space. I appreciate this book.
C.S. Lewis creates a fantastic land that helps one understand how love is the great equalizer. Hate is the destroyer and it destroys the one who is doing the hating. Love is the "stuff" of life and the one who loves will find love indeed. This story weaves pride, lust, atonement and deliverance into a great tale for children.
Prince Caspian follows The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe with a delightful tale about the Children's return to Narnia. The story does answer what happened later and held my interest now as it did 50 years ago. The narrator made the story come alive.
What a story...ill planned and carried out even worse, how can a country go to war without any idea of what the plan is once you've won...Iraq could have been a tremendous success but instead it left a nation that is growing more terrorists and making live even more risky. The book makes that very clear. Ray Porter did an excellent job bring a difficult book to life.
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