Great Book Escapes

I love to read books especially ones which can invoke such strong images in my head.  I love a good story and a great narrative.

I am choosy what I pick to read although I do like to challenge my usual genre at times; you can’t learn anything new if you stay safe in your own comfort zone.

So, I read and review what I read.  At first I wondered if what I thought was important, especially due to my problems with Alzheimer’s, then quickly stopped that idea before it took hold.  Of course what I think is important, anybody who buys a book and reads it has a valid point of view.  If I can pick up a book and have some sort of memory of what I have been reading then it has got to be darn good!

I am pleased to say that I have had contact from some authors who have appreciated my thoughts.

I am honest, if I don’t like a book I will say why I don’t like it.

Take a look at my reviews and you may find a book you wish to read –  http://greatbookescapes.com

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