The popularity of Martin’s A Game of Thrones has surpassed books and television as it has become a cult phenomenon. The success of these characters and plot works stems from the triumph of the first book in the series of A Song of Ice and Fire. It is this storyline that is told from various perspectives that weave a tale unlike any other.
Book reviews for the non-fiction category
Book reviews for the non-fiction category available in various formats including audio books and eBooks for PC, Kindle, CD download and more.
The biography of Steve Jobs is an unconventional tale involving his love for mind-altering drugs such as LSD during his earlier years, his unhealthy dieting, and purging habits, and his illegal devices developed to save the people money from major corporations. Chairman of Cable Network News (CNN) Walter Issacson had the rare privilege to interview Jobs over a three year time span to find what really made this great pioneering thinker of our time.
Simple statements. Great explanations. Maya Angelou’s collection of personal essays, “Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey Now” is a little book encompassing big life issues. Taking the title of a 19th century African-American gospel song
After Rabbi Harold S. Kushner’s three year old son was diagnosed with propria (premature aging, usually fatal before puberty), he was faced with the challenge of how to keep his spiritual beliefs. How could the G-d he loved so dearly take
Triumph: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler’s Olympics. Through Painted Deserts: Light, God, and Beauty on the Open Road: Grantland Rice wrote of Jesse Owens that “he had great power in his legs…he had blinding speed
If you have ever wondered what it was like to be an inventor only one hundred years into the Industrial Revolution, then To Conquer The Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight is a “must read” for you. Tobin goes far beyond just