Review of Heartland by John Holland

I purchased John Holland’s poetry book Dry Bones as a gift for my librarian sister-in-law.  I won’t comment on the book because poetry is personal.  I did read it before I gave it to her.  The only regret is that I didn’t buy the book directly from John and ask him to sign it.  AfterContinue reading “Review of Heartland by John Holland”

Review of History Channel’s “Curse of Oak Island”

I haven’t watched much TV over the last twenty years.  Just little snippets of shows on YouTube.  However, in isolation I started watching History Channel’s “Curse of Oak Island”. Oak Island is part of Nova Scotia and believed to have a buried treasure.  The brothers Rick and Marty Lagina, and Craig Tester along with theirContinue reading “Review of History Channel’s “Curse of Oak Island””

Review of Cixin Liu’s “The Dark Forest”

I reviewed Cixin Liu’s “The Three Body Problem” awhile ago.  For someone who is not from the East and did not grow up in China I found Cixin Liu’s book refreshing.  His technical knowledge is far beyond mine, he is a computer engineer and more, but he explains the theories in a way most peopleContinue reading “Review of Cixin Liu’s “The Dark Forest””