Scattered Book Reviews
The Game by Ken Dryden
Ken Dryden’s “The Game”
Genre: Sports, Non-Fiction, Autobiography
This is an enduring book about more than just hockey. It’s a look inside an athlete, his team, his sport and his country. Measured as one of the greatest sports books ever Dryden’s The Game is about the game within the game. The New York Times says it is “A book about Ken Dryden, about Quebec, about the rest of Canada, and most of all, a loving book about a special sport.”
The Game gave me insight into something I would never know about something I turly loved. It is very well written and I think any sports fan would consider “The Game” a page turner.
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The Hypnotists Love Story
The Hypnotist’s Love Story by Liana Moriarty Genre: Women’s Fiction, Romance Our main character Ellen is well versed in relationships and the human psyche. She couldn’t be happier when she meets a wonderful guy, except the wonderful guy has a relentless ex-girlfrien stalker. Somehow the reader is pulled into the head of both the heart-broken stalker and also the inquisitive Ellen, who finds it oddly appealing. She would even like to meet the mystery woman, except that she already has…Quick moving and not too heavy.
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