Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Whatever neat idea you might have of a well-ordered narrative or character development you have to throw out the window once you open the page of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It is a book that revels in its madness, in its skewed and playful logic, in its boundless wisdom…or lack of it. Once Alice tumbles down the rabbit-hole, you’re in it for the heck of it. Continue reading

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

The Search for the Better Story ( A Book Review of Yann Martel’s Life of Pi ) Life of Pi is many things. It’s zoology… it’s spirituality… it’s an adventure… it’s a survival tale… and most importantly it’s about faith. Part … Continue reading

High in the Clouds by Paul McCartney, Geoff Dunbar, and Philip Ardagh

High on but Short (Thoughts on High in the Clouds by Paul McCartney, Geoff Dunbar, and Philip Ardagh) Blogger’s Note: SPOILERS BE WITHIN! It’s no surprise that, time and again, some celebrities and personalities are turning to writing and of … Continue reading

Dinosaur Bob and his Adventures with the Family Lazardo by William Joyce

The Best Dinosaur a Family Ever Had (A Review of William Joyce’s Dinosaur Bob and his Adventures with the Family Lazardo) The Lazardo family is anything but normal, so it’s not quite surprising that when little Scotty finds a dinosaur during … Continue reading

The Tale of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo

Seeing the Light (A Book Review of Kate DiCamillo’s The Tale of Desperaux) Despereaux Tilling is the most unusual mouse you’lll likely meet. Conspicously small with considerable large ears, he has always been seen as different, an outsider among his … Continue reading