Book Review: This Fight Is Our Fight

Anyhow, continuing on with my series of Democratic candidates and their books, we have Elizabeth Warren who happily has written more than one book. So, this one isn’t as full of all the campaigning as some others that I’ve read. By now everyone has heard the story of how Elizabeth’s family was able to stay…

ARC Review: The Hive (YA)

This was eerily similar to a future that I could see for all of us in our real lives. Between our obsession with reality TV and social media, we could head straight for this. In this world, you get a rating based on your behavior and society as a whole judges you in public for…

Book Review: The Right Answer

Here we go with the next installment of read a Democratic Candidates book. I’ll admit that when I started this book I had to check the dust jacket to see which of the white guys this was. I know that isn’t great. But, gosh, there are so many people in this race. That’s why I…

Book Review: The Truths We Hold

I held off posting the review for this because I didn’t have time to dig up Kamela’s actual prosecutorial record. I still didn’t have time as it turns out, so I’m reviewing this based on what she wrote in her book and not anything printed about her outside of it. I’ll send you to this…

Book Review: The Editor

It took me a week to read this. Not because I was bored, or it was slow, simply because I was savoring the words. I borrowed it from the library based on the description of Jackie Kennedy Onassis being “The Editor” in question. I’ve read quite a few books about the Kennedy family but almost…

Book Review: United

Second in a series of books written by Democratic candidates for President in 2020. This sort of sounded like Cory Booker. It also sounded like an outline of counterpoints to other front runners. Me being fake Cory Booker: Oh, Elizabeth Warren took a DNA test and it didn’t show what she expected? Mine did. On…

ARC Review: The Memory Police

I found this hauntingly sad, and it left me with so many unanswered questions? What was the point of the memory police? Why did they need everyone to forget things? Let me back up, the MC lives on an island, where things disappear sporadically as ordered by the Memory Police. Her own mother was taken…