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review 2019-07-17 17:58
Upstairs at the White House
Upstairs at the White House: My Life with the First Ladies - J.B. West

 A Librarian Friend listened to the audio version of this book and raved about it. I do enjoy hearing about things from the background of the White House and so was interested to know about the women behind the men in power. These women were fascinating. I also recommend the book. 

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text 2019-07-17 12:18
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review 2019-07-17 02:51
Review: A Stranger in the House by Francine Pascal, Kate William
A Stranger in the House - Kate William,Francine Pascal

Title: A Stranger in the House
Author: Francine Pascal, Kate William
Series: Sweet Valley High Super Thriller, 7
Format: paperback
Length: 215 pages
Rating: 3 stars

 

Synopsis: When Ned Wakefield learns that John Marin, man he sent to jail for murder, is out, he's gripped by fear. He'll never forget Marin's last words: "I'll get you, Wakefield. Your precious little girls will never be safe again."

Ned hires a private detective to keep an eye on Jessica and Elizabeth, and cautions his daughters be alert to strangers. But then Elizabeth meets Ben, a young novelist, and Jessica meets Scott, a gorgeous television intern. Forgetting their father's warning, they fall right into Marin's deadly trap. Can Ned rescue the twins -- or will they be John Marin's next victim?

Book One in this petrifying two-part Super Series.

 

Favourite character: Jane
Least favourite character: Marin

 

Mini-review: This was crazy. I didn't like how you were in the dark for the majority of the book. It's a complete turn from the Margo storyline. With Margo we followed her every move, knew her every victim, knew her every disguise. And I guess because it's a thriller, rather than regular series they were trying to up the tension, but they upped it a little too much in my opinion. My 12 year old self would've been terrified after this book. 

Anyway, you're completely blindsided by John. Luke you'll find it obvious and the second guess you guess and then start to go back to it being obvious and it's just a mess. 

Also any time they wanted to emphasize something they put whatever the character was saying (usually Ned) in italics, which messed with my head a bit.

 

Fan Cast:

Elizabeth Wakefield/Jessica Wakefield - Lili Reinhart

John Marin/Scott Maderlake/Ben Morgan - Colton Haynes

Ned Wakefield - Patrick Warburton

Jane O'Reilly - Emma Stone

Todd Wilkins - Blake Michael

Enid Rollins - Joey King

Lila Fowler - Danielle Campbell

Winston Egbert - Joey Bragg

Alice Wakefield - Laura Dern

Bruce Patman - Gregg Sulkin

Amy Sutton - Peyton List

Steven Wakefield - Timothée Chalamet

Maria Santelli - Francesca Reale

Mr. Jenkins - Roger Bart

Marianna West - Bryce Dallas Howard

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review 2019-07-16 18:28
Book Review: Anna's Crossing by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Anna's Crossing - Suzanne Woods Fisher

This is mostly about how it was dealing with how the Amish came to America. It really tells the story of what happens on a ocean crossing. To extent that it gives what it like when Amish and other were traveling to the New World for their freedom.

You do not go into it expecting what is to happen. It seem more historical then Amish. Though is mostly about Amish and how they come to America. Susanne tell a story about Anna and though she is with while crossing the ocean. She seem interested in the carpenter on the Charming Nancy? Who could that be?

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text 2019-07-16 18:06
Crowdsourced History Reading -- TA's List No. 1: Bulk Entries and Basics
The Weaker Vessel: Woman's Lot in Seventeenth-Century England - Antonia Fraser
The Perfect King: The Life of Edward III, Father of the English Nation - Ian Mortimer
Magna Carta: The Birth of Liberty - Dan Jones
Shakespeare: For All Time - Stanley Wells
The Middle Sea: A History of the Mediterranean - John Julius Norwich
The Rise And Fall Of The House Of Medici - Christopher Hibbert
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies - Jared Diamond
The Story of Civilization - Will Durant,Ariel Durant
Encyclopedia of World History - Oxford University Press
Putzger: Historischer Weltatlas - Ernst Bruckmüller,Walter Leisering,Friedrich Wilhelm Putzger,Michael Ackermann,Bruno Mègre,Rudolf Berg,Manfred Vasold,Peter Claus Hartmann,Jochen Grube,Martin Clauss,Bernd Isphording,Stephan Warnatsch,Christina Böttcher,Hans Weymar,René Betker,Ralf Kasper

I'm going to split up my submissions for the crowdsourced history reading list initiated by Chris into several topical lists (with cross references), beginning with the authors and book series I'm submitting in toto, as well as some basic reference material.  So:

 

ALL BOOKS BY ...
* Antonia Fraser (women's history, Tudors & Stuarts)
* Ian Mortimer (British history, particularly Middle Ages)
* Dan Jones (ditto)
* Stanley Wells (Shakespeare -- everything from biographies and history to criticism)
* John Julius Norwich (British and Mediterranean history)

* Christopher Hibbert (ditto)
* Jared Diamond (intersection of (world) history, geography, and sociology)

 

SERIES
* Will Durant, Ariel Durant: The Story of Civilization (11 volumes, Ancient Orient to Age of Napoleon)

* Various Authors: Fischer Weltgeschichte (published elsewhere as Weidenfeld & Nicolson Universal History / Siglo XXI Editores Historia Universal / Storia Universale Feltrinelli, and Bordas / Fayard Histoire Universelle, respectively) (36 vols., prehistory to present day)

BASIC REFERENCE
* Oxford Encyclopedia of World History
* Putzger Atlas der Weltgeschichte (unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge not translated into English -- but for my money, one of the best historical cartographical works in existence)

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