Category Archives: 2015 Book Reviews

Book Review 65: The Sportswriter by Richard Ford

The Sportswriter by Richard Ford chronicles an Easter Weekend in the life of Frank Bascombe, a failed novelist turned sportswriter.  Ford’s breakout third novel grapples with the themes of grief, a failed career, and unhealthy relationships. Bascombe’s story is told in the first person and you get the sense immediately on what kind of man… Continue Reading

Book Review 62: Duplicate Effort by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

  There is always consequences when you try to take down the Moon’s most powerful law firm. This is the dilemma that Retrieval Artist Miles Flint faces in Duplicate Effort: Book 7 of the Retrieval Artist Series by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. Being a retrieval artist means you are suppose to work alone and keep those… Continue Reading

Book Review 61: Recovery Man by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

What if you found out that your child you thought was dead….might not be? And your ex-wife may have hidden this information from you? Those two questions creates the theme in Recovery Man (Book 6 of the Retrieval Artist Series) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. For the first six books of the series, we had not… Continue Reading