Most of us have to rely on help from family at some point in our lives. What happens when that goes haywire in a hilarious and scarily bad way? Can we redeem ourselves and forgive our family? Why is it that family always seems to bring out the worst in us? Why do we hurt the ones we love the most? And, can we break the cycle before irreparable damage is done? This is a book we can all relate to.
This series is so good that you will want to watch episode after episode! The Newsroom gives you a behind the scenes look at a fictional cable news network (ACN). The writing of the series is excellent (thanks Aaron Sorkin), and the acting in the series is even better. Jeff Daniels is brilliant, funny, but different than any of his other characters that he has played in the past. Great series to check out!!
Sheriff Johanna Brady has her hands full with a recent murder of a family friend in the nearby town of Bisbee. Her Medical examiner has gone out of town for the weekend so she has to ask her father-in-law if he would take the job until Mr. Machett returns. On the other coast, Lisa Machett, discovers thousands of dollars stuffed into her mother's cookbooks and magazines. Someone has burned her mother's home down to the ground while she was at her mother's funeral and someone is out to kill her. The trail of the "old" money will lead her into Sheriff Brady's county. Another good read of J.A. Jance's mystery to solve.
An engrossing story about the world around us and the complexity of human nature. It was inspiring, enlightening and captivating to watch the tale unfold. Barbara Kingsolver’s writing draws you in and takes you for a great ride. Always leaves you looking at the dilemma from the other side.
This is the story of a magic telephone. What would you say if you could communicate with your past (young) self & warn him/her about the person you would become? This is also a story that all of us can relate to about how life gets away from us. How easy it is to get caught up in the drama & forget what’s really important.
By the New York Times bestseller author (Promise Not to Tell), this story starts in the past (1908) but is woven into the present time. Only thing Ruthie thinks about is leaving her small town but circumstances beyond her control, force her to take care of her little sister and find the reason for her mother’s disappearance. Shocking and surprising ending.
I enjoyed reading this book as I am and have been a coffee drinker since I was 16 years old. I love my daily cup of java and wanted to know more about what the author had researched on this subject, as I never thought of drinking coffee as an addiction. Murray Carpenter has definitely done his research on the "White powder" drug known as caffeine. He reveals the little known truth about this highly addictive drug found in numerous energy drinks, chocolate, sodas, and pain relievers. He discusses how caffeine is used by athletes to improve their performance and why the big brands in the soda industry have avoided regulatory efforts for years. The author takes us from a small town in Mexico to South America to China and Japan searching for the perfect Caffeine product.
This is a great chick book. Kate has survived cancer and the ensuing treatment. She is challenged by her friend Marion to celebrate her new lease on life by taking a river trip with her daughter. Kate is reticent but then Marion challenges all six of the friends to also do something that scares them. The reader follows each of the friends and their personal challenge.
In the near future we will be able to cryogenically freeze our head & brain to live again on a different donor body. We will be the same but different. We will have some physical skills that we might never have had in our first body. But, we will still love the same people. How do we adapt to these changes? And, how do the people we love adapt to the changes in us.
This is the final book in her trilogy that began with Discovery of Witches. Diana Bishop and her vampire scientist husband, Matthew Clairmont return to the present to find the missing pages in Ashmole 782 before it falls into the deadly hands of other creatures. Get ready for an adventure with these two characters who will use ancient knowledge and modern science and will travel from the University to Venice to learn what the witches knew long ago. The closure of the trilogy is a nice read for those who love the author's quirky and loving characters.