I was at my local library last week browsing the new arrival books and was excited to see Cathleen Schine’s “The Three Weissmanns of Westport.” Schine is one of many authors whose books I’ve read for years and I am usually first in line to buy her newest one upon its release. I hadn’t yet gotten this and was praising my lucky stars that I was able to get it free from the library. Continue reading Cathleen Schine, You’ve Disappointed Me!
As I was musing in a previous blog entry, one of the most fascinating books that I’ve read in the past few months was “The Lost City of Z” by David Grann. This book absolutely captivated me and I read it in about 2 days, which isn’t too shabby considering I started reading it on a workday!
I’ve tried to put my finger on what was so great about this book and why I enjoyed it so much, and I’ve finally determined that it was everything about the way Grann told his story, and interwove it with the story of Percy Fawcett. Continue reading Review: I Got Lost in “The Lost City of Z”