Watership Down by Richard Adams (Anthropomorphic Fantasy Novel, 1972). I’ve been reading (and reviewing) a wide range of mostly recent books of late and will continue to do so. But I felt the itch to tackle a recognized classic and got hold of this famous, wonderful book. I’m happy to report that this much-honored fantasy adventure proved […]Read more "REVIEWED: Watership Down"
Sneaky Pie For President by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown. (Satirical/Fantasy/Humor Novel, 2012). Tired of “politics as usual” and–in particular–this year’s mega-toxic Presidential campaign? What better antidote to all this could you imagine than this gently satirical, humorous and kind of charming bit of fun from 4 years ago? And what better time to post […]Read more "REVIEWED: Sneaky Pie For President"
The Tell-Tale Horse by Rita Mae Brown (novel, 2007). The last couple books I’ve reviewed have been serious, thoughtful and moving personal memoirs. As a change of pace, today I consider an entertaining murder mystery–the sixth of a series having to do with the world of fox hunters that Rita Mae Brown has been writing for […]Read more "Reviewed: THE TELL-TALE HORSE"