Oh this is good coffee. Earl Hines and I are 'Peddling the Dirt' this morning.
Timeri N. Murari
Allen & Unwin
Nicely written book providing some interesting insight into living under the Afghani Taliban. The plot was incredibly predictable and as a result I could not get into it. The story seemed to get lost in the mediocre middle between well written and action. Basically it was a boring and pleasant read.
This book was a little out of my genre and a lot of fun. I especially like the poems written in multiple languages. Sometimes I translated them in my head and other times I simply enjoyed rolling new words off my tongue.
My favourites were; 'Stream Train Identity Needle memory Synchronicity', 'This is me too', 'Times New Roman', God's Country' and Listen.
[CONFLICT OF INTEREST; JAMES IS A FRIEND]
Eddie Thompson, Jazz Piano and substandard coffee all agglutinates to form another dreary Klaipėda day.
Edited by David Eggleton
Otago University Press
Good value for money, I enjoyed the read.
I particularly enjoyed the work of Tina Shaw, Ben Brown, Alison Glenny, Nicholas Reid, Thom Conroy, Joan Fleming and Cy Mathews.
Dave Brubeck and I are enjoying a coffee again. I am hoping to to draw inspiration from him, so far I have only got squiggles.
A Story of Justice and Redemption
Spiegel & Grau
I have always lacked understanding about the relationship between the USA and its minority people groups. The book brought understanding flanked with many more questions.
It is a lament of the American judicial system, I read it in a permanent state of shock and horror. Bryan is a defender of the poor. Though he spoke of his frustrations, I never felt him venting them.
This is by far the best non-fiction that I have read and it deserves more than its five star rating.
I miss Harold Fry. We recently walked the length of England together.
Fantastic book, I absolutely loved the gentle, healing and finding-yourself story.
A Brief Overview
Quinton Howitt Publications
Well, naturally a somewhat boring, but also hopefully a very helpful book. It is written well and will be specifically helpful for those studying at Vineyard Institute.