I didn’t want to put this book down. I was curious up to the very end.. And then there was an epilogue of sorts that made me hug myself with happiness.
Conversational, quick, detailed, and very descriptive. Philips spends ample time showing us the strains of early motherhood on her protagonist. Her prose is highly believable and honest and she shifts our focus and emotions seamlessly.
The style of this book is very “beach read.” It is fast. It isn’t deep literary. It’s a Long Island Iced Tea… it goes down smooth and you are all giddy and enjoying yourself and then WHAM you realize that you have been accidentally complicit in racist crap by rooting for Alix and the world is much bigger and more complex… all is not how it has been portrayed and the last quarter of your drink was straight whiskey.
A Wichita district court judge will allow Scott Roeder to use a voluntary manslaughter defense — a tactic that could allow him to walk free after just four years if he is convicted of killing abortion provider Dr. George Tiller. Roeder has admitted shooting Dr. Tiller in the head as the physician ushered at SundayContinue reading “Murder in the Name of God, God: "No Comment"”
Palin joins Fox giving new meaning to “Crazy like a fox” I couldn’t resist. In a move that shocked no one, Sarah Palin (who really needs no introduction) has joined Fox News (aka Faux News) as a regular commentator. I’m sure her analysis will be in depth and biased free. -yawn- Worth noting is theContinue reading “Foxy Lady: Palin”