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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

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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


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


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


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



…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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