Monthly Archives: April 2014

Perfect by Rachel Joyce

  Joyce has been an actress and a radio playwright before she became a novelist. So, it would be fair to say that she has probably read, heard and written her fair share of stories. I think this might be … Continue reading

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A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby

As far as I am concerned, you cannot go wrong with Nick Hornby. I had just read something for book club that was just awful, so I needed for my next to book to be something that I would enjoy. … Continue reading

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Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

This is the second novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children. It is about a group of kids with special supernatural abilities. As we learn in the first book, some of these kids have been alive for a very long time, … Continue reading

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Autobiography by Morrissey

I am not Morrissey’s biggest fan, but I do find him a very quotable bloke, so I decided to listen to his autobiography, read by David Morrissey (no relation). Personally, I have the very strong belief that the author should … Continue reading

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Water 4.0 by David Sedlak

As Sedlak says himself, modern urban water systems are unobtrusive by design. We rarely see them or think about them, as long as they are functioning correctly. Sedlak suggests that the infrastructure of the system that brings water to our … Continue reading

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Water 4.0 by David Sedlak Discussion Questions

We will be discussing Water 4.0 at the Las Vegas Non-Fiction Book Group in a couple of weeks.  These are the questions I will use to keep the conversation flowing.   Had you given much thought to water supply previous … Continue reading

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The Liars’ Club by Mary Karr

This is a memoir of Karr’s childhood, growing up in the ’60s, mostly in a small town in East Texas, and a little in a town in Colorado. Karr’s parents are alcoholics and it is an understatement to say that … Continue reading

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