Tag: Chicago

Jan 27

Book Review: Fool Moon

Fool Moon by Jim Butcher I liked this book. I read the first one a few years ago and found it fine, but nothing special, but so many of my friends and family adore this series that I decided to give the series a second chance. I have a weird relationship with urban fantasy. It’s …

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Oct 23

Book Review: Pretty Baby

Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica This book, as advertised, is a psych-thriller about a woman who takes in a homeless teenager and a baby. It doesn’t have as many twists and turns as you might hope for, but then, it’s not as dark as you might fear either. Heidi is a relentless do-gooder who sees …

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Jul 11

Book Review: The Jungle

The Jungle by Upton Sinclair I have a tendency to be easily swayed by arguments, so I asked a well-read friend for an antidote to Ayn Rand’s ATLAS SHRUGGED. She suggested this book. If I ever get that wish where you get to resurrect people and have them at a dinner party, I’m going to …

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