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I did not realize this was an Indie book, only that it was the REST of the short story I had read and I wanted... NO... NEEDED more. I have only praise for Hugh and this fascinating post-apocalyptic read: riveting, gritty and real, intense, addictive, completely immersive, amazing, well-written... the list of adjectives goes on, but you get the idea. Well developed characters, plot twists that kept me clicking the forward button on the Kindle, and a believable story line that continued to develop in new and exciting ways.
Hugh, you may have started out strumming that guitar in subway stations – but soon you’ll be playing nothing but Carnegie Hall. I am so happy to have discovered "Wool" and have already added “Shift” to my list of upcoming Kindle titles.
This tablet is the best. My friends with Ipads even said they prefer this tablet. Love that it syncs with my Galaxy S3 phone. Great buy.
The LG 32LN5700 is an LED TV I would highly recommend. It has an amazing picture, 2 HDMI connections and 1 USB. It has both wireless & wired network connections. The price was great from Amazon at under $400 and free shipping.
I purchase 2 units. If you need a TV for the bedroom or guest room I would recommend LG !!!!
Full disclosure: I am a big Mike Lupica fan.
That being said, I did enjoy this book. It's a fun and easy read, especially if you are a high school football fan and/or the parent of a teen age athlete. If it was summer, I'd say it's a good beach book. Not taxing on the mind, just good fun.
Beautiful Ruins is a roller coaster of times and places with something for everyone, but those favoring quirky modern fiction mixed with 60s zaniness will love this book. The author is an amazing writer, a man from Spokane with a world view, and he carries off the time changes and jumble of characters well. He also has an incredible number of ideas that come in very handy. The wrap-up at the end is perfect: I loved who the character Pasquale Tursi was and became, and how true he stayed to himself. A real commentary on modern ethics with lots of tidbits from Hollywood, the music biz, and international locales. Written with sensitivity, sensuality and pathos, surprisingly realistic and fun, Beautiful Ruins is a great summer read.