Monthly Archives: November 2011

BOOMERANG by Michael Lewis

If you’re like me and you spend countless hours in the car listening to NPR, you are probably aware that all is not right with the Greek economy.  Or the Italian economy.  Or, it sounds like, the Euro Zone in … Continue reading

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A DOG’S PURPOSE by W. Bruce Cameron

Although A DOG’S PURPOSE by W. Bruce Cameron sounds like it would be strictly for DOG PEOPLE, it is, in fact, a great book for all human beings.  Told from the perspective of a dog who goes through several lives, … Continue reading

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THE MARRIAGE PLOT by Jeffrey Eugenides

If you majored in English or Comp Lit during the 1980s, particularly if you love Jane Austen and shudder at the memory of all of the deconstructionist crap you had to endure to meet certain course requirements, then THE MARRIAGE … Continue reading

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