A unique author sharing his stories on HubPages shows magical growth in depth and breadth of content over time. If body or spirit needs refreshing, these are the places to visit, any time of life.
Despite its occasional flashes of fascinating interest and its look into the lives of the North American Indians, Truth and Bright Water is to me a puzzling book which ultimately leads nowhere.
In 'The Listener'Walter de la Mare speaks about a traveler on horseback visiting an empty forest.
How does Tatyana Tolstaya's The Slynx stack up side by side with her great-uncle Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace? Lunchtime Lit reviewer Mel Carriere weighs the two books by this historic literary family, and finds the scales balance.
Despite its flaws and its weaknesses, a tremendously ambitious, fascinating, accurate, and powerful novel like the Years of Rice and Salt is an alternate history work which cannot simply be ignored.
Marion Zimmer Bradley takes the reader through the magical, romantic lands of ancient Paganism, the lives of High Kings, their beautiful Queens, and early Christianity from the viewpoint of the heroic women behind the warriors and kings.
'Godless: The Church of Liberalism' a book by Ann Coulter was a # 1 best seller in 2006. 'Godless' describes Liberalism as a godless religion. My review covers abortion, the Catholic priest scandal, Oprah Winfrey misdiagnoses AIDS, the Theory of Evolution, Scopes Monkey Trial, and Unborn Babies
"Hearts of Fire" is a modern collection of stories of Christian women suffering true persecution for their faith. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this Christian book?
David Copperfield is one of the most enjoyable novels I have ever read. Unusual characters and an interesting plot set in England at the beginning of the 19th century will captivate all readers.
My choice of books that continue the great tradition of ghost stories.