Browsing around for my next reading venture, I noticed a promotional display for the novel All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Continuing on with the search, I eventually went back to it and saw that it was… Continue Reading →
After posting a review on Goodreads explaining my disappointment at the abrupt ending of this book, I noticed that this is the first of a trilogy by the ex-CIA author! Somehow, I missed that earlier, but it does prove that… Continue Reading →
One year after my first Michener novel, Recessional, I experienced my second. James Michener is the master of the historical novel and Poland one of his finest at the time of it’s publication.
Not until I finished Kantor’s Andersonville did I learn about the award winning movie titled Andersonville. Not bad, an Emmy and a Pulitzer! But, further research indicates that the rights to a motion picture were indeed sold to Hollywood, but the film Andersonville is not the same property as the novel Andersonville, though the historically real Jim L. Ransom, whose diary the film is based upon, is also a character in the novel.
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