Posts Tagged “book review”

Israel’s lies on occupation exposed in new Ehrenreich book

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Israel’s lies on occupation exposed in new Ehrenreich book

Israel’s lies on occupation exposed in new Ehrenreich book Author and award winning journalist Ben Ehrenreich pens a new book that offers readers fair and balanced insight into the reality of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinians in a way that most mainstream American news media pretends does not exist. Ehrenreich has come under vicious…

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Book Review: Fast Times in Palestine: A Love Affair with a Homeless Homeland by author Pamela J. Olson

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Book Review: Fast Times in Palestine: A Love Affair with a Homeless Homeland by author  Pamela J. Olson This book really made me sad as I read it. Olson, a Stanford graduate from Oklahoma who studied physics and political science, is a very good writer. Her style is breezy but detailed and she captures what many writers…

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Back to Blood, by Tom Wolfe

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Back to Blood, by Tom Wolfe

Back to Blood by Tom Wolfe I guess when you are a great novelist you can be lazy because that’s the only way I can describe this audio book which began with such interest and just dropped dead in what should have been the middle of a plot. Instead, Wolfe takes you through an intricate…

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Micro by Michael Crichton

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Micro by Michael Crichton

Micro by Michael Crichton This was one of my first audio books and it was phenomenal. The story may be unbelievable but is any science fiction techno-thriller believable these days? The book is well written. The plot is tight. Basically, it’s a story about a greedy corporate CEO who starts killing off people to preserve his…

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