One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn

I listen to a lot of the lectures talks from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and one person he loves to talk about is Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn, a Soviet gulag survivor. Solzhenitzyn's life was rather extraordinary in that he studies math and physics at Rostov State University in Russia, was an artillery officer in WWII, then was … Continue reading One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn

The Concrete Blonde: Twists and Turns

I've finally finished The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly, who now holds the top spot on my list of favorite crime fiction writers. This being Connelly's third published book, it already showed great maturity and better flow compared to his first novel, The Black Echo. The Concrete Blonde took me by surprise. I thought I had the … Continue reading The Concrete Blonde: Twists and Turns

“Post Office” by Charles Bukowski

I actually looked into Charles Bukowski because of a reference made to him in a Letterkenny episode. I'd heard of him before but hadn't read any of his work only to find he's written multiple novels and hundreds of stories. Bukowski definitely has a one-of-a-kind style. From harsh profanity to ALL CAPS to unique characters, … Continue reading “Post Office” by Charles Bukowski