A Salty Piece of Land
Publish date: November 7th 2005
Publisher: Back Bay Books
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
I am not happy with it . At first I thought it started out on a positive note , with Tully in some kind of lighthouse *yawns, with the prospect of renovating it for a certain 101 year old battle ax lady called, Cleopatra Highbourne. It seemed to drag on and on and I am not into baseball or fishing ....
Eh....It was OK...a fun, quirky read, but in parts a bit too silly and over the top. If I could I would give it 2.5 stars, but I'll go with 2 since 3 stars is too much of a stretch.
"Grief is like the wake behind a boat. It starts out as a huge wave that follows close behind you and is big enough to swamp and drown you if you suddenly stop moving forward. But if you do keep moving, the big wake will eventually dissipate. And after a long enough time, the waters of your life ge...
The best of his fiction. This is a really good read.
Fishing and relaxation in the Caribbean and Mexico. Slow paced with many characters and side stories. Maybe it'd be good as a beach read, but I stopped after 100 pages.
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