The most recent novel I've completed is The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh. This book was truly one of a kind in terms of style. It's a police book but it's more than that. Most police books are mystery novels driven entirely by plot following one or two officers. This book was character-driven through and through. … Continue reading The Delta Star by Joseph Wambaugh
While I love a traditional paperback book in my hand more than any other medium with which to read something, the Amazon Kindle is an amazing thing for any huge reader to have. Being able to download thousands of books to one device and carry it around with you anywhere is so convenient and allows … Continue reading Gift idea for avid readers
Have you ever read a book and got to a point where you read it super slow, sometimes only reading a page or two a day because you didn't want the book to end? Aren't those the best? Then, you get to the end and once you turn the last page, you have mixed emotions … Continue reading Life-changing books and Crime Fiction
Did you ever wish you could read at supersonic speed so you could read as many books as possible? Me too. Unfortunately, this is a rare skill that eludes many despite how in demand it may be. I would love to have this skill but I can only read so fast. I've gotten better lately … Continue reading How Many Books Can You Read at Once?
Going through school, you get the impression that in order to be a fan of reading you need to enjoy the classics. Everyone reads Shakespeare, Chaucer, and other classic writers in school. To some, they're awesome. To others, they're an absolute bore. I wish I loved reading Shakespeare but I can't say that I do. … Continue reading Reading the Classics