Monthly Archives: June 2013

Eli Roth’s Goretorium, Las Vegas

I had been curious about this Las Vegas attraction since it opened last year. It is on the Las Vegas Strip inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. It opens at 5pm and closes at midnight or 1am depending … Continue reading

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And The Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini

This is Hosseini’s third novel, and quite possibly, his best. I cannot be sure, because it has taken him a very long time since writing his second book to get this one out there, and I read the other two … Continue reading

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Vegas Rag Doll by Joe Schoenmann and Wendy Mazaros

This book didn’t take long to read. It is 219 pages long, with large text and a lot of white space. I read it for the Sin City Bookers Book Group. I am not sure how much of a discussion … Continue reading

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Gulp by Mary Roach

This is my third Mary Roach book ever, and I have read all of them in the past five months. I expect I will get to her others before the end of the year. Her books are funny, entertaining, interesting … Continue reading

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Quiet by Susan Cain

  The subtitle of this book is “the power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking.” This is certainly the book for me. I consider myself an introvert in the way that I get my energy from being … Continue reading

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