Investigative journalist Emilee Weathers is hungry for the perfect story and not too particular about how she has to get it. Asked to help find new evidence for a convicted serial killer’s appeal, she heads for the mountain town of Pigeon Forge. When she discovers the body of a recent victim, the questions come thick… Continue reading A Killed Conscience by Jordan Antonacci
Title: The Holy Bible Authors: 40+ men over 1500 years Genre: Non-fiction Publisher: God Release Date: 1535 Pages: 1,200ish Simply filling out the specs I'm picking a fight. My choice to label The Bible non-fiction communicates: Ignorance to secular scientists (Gah! Join the 21st century!) Intolerance to other religions (god wrote our book too) Combativeness to atheists (your god is… Continue reading Book Review: The Bible
Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell Non-fiction Hardcover, 309 pages Publisher: Little, Brown and Company I grabbed this off the classics section of my library on a whim. I'm not sure how it got shelved in the classics section, except to think that some brilliant educator realized Outliers should be required reading for anyone… Continue reading Book Review: Outliers
The trouble with book reviews: subjectivity. Two people can read the same book and opine in wildly different directions. A friend of mine posted that The Brothers Karamazov was her favorite book ever. Ever. Now I respect my friend, but even if I didn't, ever is a pretty convincing review. Add to the ever-- she is the only… Continue reading Coming in 2017… Not Your Average Book Reviews!