Sundays With Writers: Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal - Do you love quirky books like Eleanor & Park? I am such a fan of quirky literature and Kitchens of the Great Midwest combines good old-fashioned Midwest humor with loads of charm in this adorable fictional debut by J. Ryan Stradal. After I finished it, I immediately emailed J. Ryan to see if he might like to join me in our Sundays With Writers series and was so thrilled when he said he would. Today I am sharing a li...
The Comfort of Lies by Randy Susan Meyers. A book of betrayal told through the voice of the wife, the mistress, and the adoptive mother! What a full circle of emotions that are displayed and dealt with! It is an uncomfortable read at time and I just wanted to shake the man at times, but it will keep you engaged until the end!
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Eminently readable speculative fiction about the rise and fall of A.I. Explores the common yearning that spurred the process along. Hall weaves her tale through 6 POVs set in different ages, including a young pilgrim headed to America and Alan Turing. With one possible exception, we experience our characters through primary documents. The inventor of the Baby Bot, artificial dolls eventually deemed too lifelike to be legal, writes his memoirs from prison. Reminiscent of Cloud Atlas.
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