Books read lately

Tender to the Bone is Ruth Reichl’s first memoir dedicated to food and love and family. It’s a very nice read. (A)

Life Sentences is a mixture of memoir (fictional), mystery, and race relations set in present day Baltimore. I listened to this on tape and really enjoyed it. (B+)

I finally read Michael Lewis’s Moneyball to be engaging, entertaining and fun. I also learned a lot about baseball. (A-)

On the other hand, I found Buzz Bissinger’s Three Nights in August to be bombastic and far too full of sports cliches and tired sentences to be worth finishing. (C-)

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