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A review of the authorised biography of John Colin Campbell Jordan (1923-2009).
This is a review of my first book, "Picking up The Pieces:A Woman's Journey. I just found this review in my database of stories,
Have you ever wondered what it was like inside the kidnappers homes of Ariel Castro? Have you ever wondered what it was like to be kidnapped and held hostage for over 10 years?
If you've ever wondered how someone becomes psychic, the author of this book, Sidney D. Kirkpatrick, delves into Edgar Cayce's life story, and unearths details that, when viewed all together, provide the answers to this and many other questions.
I Am Malala, Malala Yousafzai's fearless memoir, co-written with journalist Christina Lamb, begins on Malala's drive home from school on the day she was shot in the head. "Who is Malala?" the young gunman who stopped the Khushal school van asked. None of the girls answered. But eve...
Celebrity memoirs are usually trash repackaged as literature. This Rolling Stone, however, turns in something special and one of the best books our blogger has read in years.
This is a review of the impressive book of Frederick Douglass about the slave experience.
This article talks about a little known book written by Gandhi himself. It will speak volumes to anyone who will read it. Try to find a copy of it, and spend an hour or two, with this great man. You will not be sorry that you did so.
The Richard Burton Diaries reveal Burton as a very intelligent man. Readers will be particularly interested in his account of his relationship with Elizabeth Taylor. The diaries make interesting reading. Perhaps at times Burton must have been aware that whatever he wrote would be read...
Whether or not you've had the distinct pleasure of watching the matchless performance of Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg's epic "Lincoln," you really deserve to read the book upon which the movie is based. "Team of Rivals" gives you all the behind-the-scenes 'whys' to Lincoln's ...
Review of a book I did not want to read. I read it, enjoyed the book, and pass it on to the next reader.
This has to be one of the best gifts I have ever been given.
Vasnt Joshi has written an excellent biography of a great philosopher. Perhaps the greatest of the 20th century.
Which of the recent spate of rock and roll biographies is worth a read? Which may have been ghosted? Which are rehashes of old press clippings?
Henry Walter has written a wonderfully enchanting book about his life that explores the way God used small miracles along the way to guide his life.
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