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Steadfast
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This was one of those books the library had on display. It is newly out and popular, so I was lucky to get a copy to check out. Being a student of history, I've been familiar with the general activities that led up to the British evacuation at Dunkir ...more
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The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing
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This longish novel by Nobel Laureate Doris Lessing is known as an important feminist work, and that's why I decided to read it. However, Lessing's intent was to approach a number of other
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The Happy Hooker by Xaviera Hollander
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I know this has had something like 70 printings etc., hugely popular but...at this point, badly dated and remarkably two-dimensional. Writing is oddly stilted, even the dialogue...no one ever uses a contraction, for example. Sometimes the writer come ...more
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The Rogue Retrieval by Dan Koboldt
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It's a good tale, entertaining. I found the hook at the beginning drew me in quickly and I enjoyed the main character right off. There is a little espionage-ey setup, well done, so the reader is hooked and then he throws you into the curveball land o ...more
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The Marvelous Inventions of Alvin Fernald by Clifford B. Hicks
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Reviewing as an imagined (and long ago) grade-schooler. Although Alvin is entirely devoid of tech, this story had little enough even for the time, 1960, when it was written. NO mention of TV at the Fernald house, for example. Yet, as a story, it hold ...more
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Stranger and Stranger by Rob Reger
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Rating as an imagined 8 to 11-year-old. I remember reading books of this complexity & theme in 3rd & 4th grade but I was ahead of most kids. A comp of that era would be the Amazing Adventures of Alvin Fernald. This is a *lot* cooler and edgie ...more
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