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Absolutely, without question, the best John Grisham novel is...

Before I reveal my choice to this statement, let me clarify something.  On another post entitled Ennui with a Side of Envy, I said that I envied a playwright but the truth of the matter is that I am not a person given to envy.   568 more words

How I Write

Jordan's Last Poo-Tee-Weet

Slaughterhouse Five’s main character, Billy Pilgrim, time traveled throughout the book which led to the story’s plot unfolding in a way that would make even Quentin Tarantino envious. 577 more words

Slaughterhouse 5

Slaughterhouse 5 or The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death, was unexpected. I’m not sure what I was expecting but not this. Coincidently enough, my friend brought me a poem to look at called ‘Slaughterhouse’, its funny how life and reading seem to find a symbiosis. 566 more words

Friday

Books that really change your life

A few weeks ago I read this anonymous letter to JK Rowling, written by someone who wanted to tell the author that, as a child, the Harry Potter books were the only thing that gave him a sense of home. 949 more words

Books

Slaughterhouse 5 - Kurt Vonnegut

 Slaughterhouse 5 is a novel which has been on my to read list for a while.  I enjoy reading a modern classic at work as normally they are fairly short and so I can really engross myself in a lunch break. 321 more words

Books

Hanging out in Dresden

I’d been in Berlin for 2 weeks and was starting to get that let’s-see-something-else kinda feeling. I blame this on touring because for 10 months out of the year I’m moving every week or two. 756 more words

Germany

#2

…in which Helen ceases to talk about interrailing at last, the awesome power of nature and the insignificance of man…

I was planning my next few blog entries when I came across the… 262 more words

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