It’s the story of a mellow, introverted child who through one happenstance to another finds his way.
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Review: Resurrection Year — Turning Broken Dreams into New Beginnings by Sheridan Voysey
Resurrection Year seeks hope and renewal after a 10-year journey through the trials of infertility
Review: House of Stone by Anthony Shadid
At the end of July 2006, Anthony Shadid travels to his grandfather’s house in Lebanon in hopes of restoring it.
Review: Becoming Jimi Hendrix by Steven Roby and Brad Schrieber
Certain names in twentieth century music will always ring as champions. Born a little too late, I’ve never paid much attention to Jimi Hendrix’s music so when I stumbled across this biography, I decided to correct this wrong.
Review: Steve Jobs by Walter Issacson
Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, titled simply Steve Jobs, is not the first book about Jobs, though it is the first since his death and the only one prepared with his assistance and approval.
Review: My Battle of Algiers: A Memoir by Ted Morgan
Graduate of Yale and Columbia Journalism School, Ted Morgan recounts his service to the French army in his memoir, My Battle of Algiers (Smithsonian Books, 2005).