Archive for the 'Books' Category

The Sweetness Of Water This is a really good book. It’s not the easiest book to read, it doesn’t cut like butter, but it’s far from difficult. And as good as it starts out, it gets better. I’ve never read a book exactly about this era. I mean there must be some, but I don’t remember reading one. […]

Black Buck This is a wild book, and I wholeheartedly recommend it. But first I read “Malibu Rising,” Taylor Jenkins Reid’s follow-up to “Daisy Jones & the Six,” her surprise hit novel based on Fleetwood Mac. “Malibu Rising” is number one in Los Angeles, top ten nationally, and I don’t recommend you read it, it’s a […]

Book Report

1 I just finished reading Seth Rogen’s “Yearbook.” He told Howard Stern he wrote every word of it and I believe it, the organization could be vastly improved, and unfortunately Seth is more of a live thing, the written word is not the best format for his stories. However, if you’re a subscriber to Sirius […]

Great Circle This book is a commitment. It’s 627 pages long. But I read on the Kindle, and I go by percentage, and I read it at the rate of six percentage points per hour, which means…it took me 16 hours to finish it. Are you up for that? And I’m not exactly sure why I […]