Andy Mayer Mayer itibaren Texas
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A good, solid sci-fi read.
Richard Matheson is one of my favorite Horror/ Sci Fi writers. He has tons of great short stories as well. If you don't think you know his work, you probably actually do. He was one of the writers on Twilight Zone and his episodes are some of the most memorable. I read a graphic novel of this, but the one I read had a cooler cover.
living in the 1930-1940's in alambama and out in the southwest. slow reading book so far. Very interesting book about teen cultures in the southwest during world war II. Slow start then it picked up. Very funny book too.
Took me a long time to finish it, but I found this an interesting read in our increasingly global world. Plus, who knew what kinds of interesting things happen to clothes when we drop them at Sally's Army?
I only decided to read this book because I saw the tapestries of "The Lady and the Unicorn" when I was in Paris three years ago, and they were, of course, beautiful. This is a fictionalized (with factoids, I'm sure) of how they were created. What's good about it: the female characters are smart and strong, the characters are human and realistic and the pacing is reasonable. What's bad about it: The language is pretentiously stilted, and French is used sporadically and needlessly throughout the book, in that annoying sort of way that makes all anglophones hate other anglophones who know some French. I personally wouldn't know anything about that 'cause I majored in Freedom.