James Lee Burke has an uncanny way of making you see the scenes he describes in poetic depth. He understands the complexity of human character and has a loving way of seeing all humans through the eyes of compassion. He is not a stranger to human suffering, vengefulness, hatred, passion or greed. The reader is to be commended on his touching reading, especially when he refers to Alifair as "little guy".
Matthew Crawford has made us aware that some of the most important experiences in life are "hands on" experiences that help us to learn how things work. We deprive ourselves and our children when we eliminate this step by using only the latest technology. We may easily succumb to the expedience of technique and thereby miss life.
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