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Throwing Bullets: A Tale of Two Pitchers Chasing a Dream
This was a fun book for the Twins fan, particularly one who enjoys the minor leagues, and moreso for the one who enjoyed Fransisco Liriano in 2006. Ho...more
Sep 2006
Jun 22, 2007
Spilling Clarence
This book danced from character to character, as all the characters were moderately connected simply by living in the same town when a disaster occurs...more
not set
Jun 22, 2007
How to Be Lost
This book was often intense, sometimes a little confusing, but in general a very good book. However, I feel like it ended about 100 pages too soon. Th...more
Jul 2007
Jul 21, 2007
Kent Hrbek's Tales from the Minnesota Twins Dugout
Reading this book was like taking a walk down memory lane. While the book was entirely through Hrbek's eyes, and I certainly got more insight than I h...more
Jul 2007
Jul 09, 2007
The Disapparation of James
This book isn't for everyone. I've talked to other people who complained that they wanted to know what happened and why. The reality of this book isn'...more
Jan 2007
Jun 22, 2007
The Siren Song (Cronus Chronicles, #2)
While I really liked the first book in the series, I found this one much more delightful. The characters are still real. Charlotte is a real young tee...more
Jun 2007
Jun 22, 2007
I've just started it, but I did read the introduction--or at least a bit of it, before the intro decided to give a detailed summary of the book. I dec...more
Apr 2007
Mar 30, 2007
If there's anything I adored about this book is exactly where the author chose to end it. I get annoyed by stories where there are two possible ending...more
Jul 2007
Jul 21, 2007
The Shadow Thieves (Cronus Chronicles, #1)
This book was fun, witty, and amusing. Charlotte and Zee go off on adventures that are so bizarre and different from the normal fantasy, because rathe...more
Jan 2006
Jun 22, 2007
The Jane Austen Book Club
I really didn't get into the book. In fact, by about the middle of the book, I felt that the only reason "Jane Austen" shows up in the title--or the b...more
Jun 2007
Jun 22, 2007