Title: Promise Me Eternity
Author: Ian Fox
Pages: 335 (e book)
Author pages: http://www.amazon.com/Ian-Fox/e/B004KP3K6W/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1
Dr. Simon Patterson is a successful and well-respected neurosurgeon at Central Hospital in the town of Medford. Married, though without children, he keeps himself so busy that one day is not much different from another. Until, that is, he saves the life of the powerful mobster Carlo Vucci.
At a dinner in honor of Dr. Patterson, Carlo Vucci introduces him to his alluring wife Christine. Simon is entranced by her beauty.
Three weeks later, Christine shows up at the hospital, complaining of terrible headaches. Dr. Patterson offers to help her, but Christine did not come to see him just because of her headaches. A series of shocking events follow that turn Dr. Patterson’s life into a nightmare. Among other things, he finds himself in court being accused of murder in the first degree …
Author Ian Fox continues to surprise readers with his mysterious, intriguing plots that captivate you from the very first page and leave you stunned long after you’ve read the book to the end.
Author: Nick Hornby
Genre: Fiction, Romance
Genre: Drama ,Romance, Comedy
It has been said often enough that baby boomers are a television generation, but the very funny novel High Fidelity reminds that in a way they are the record-album generation as well. This funny novel is obsessed with music; Hornby’s narrator is an early-thirtysomething English guy who runs a London record store. He sells albums recorded the old-fashioned way–on vinyl–and is having a tough time making other transitions as well, specifically adulthood. The book is in one sense a love story, both sweet and interesting; most entertaining, though, are the hilarious arguments over arcane matters of pop music.
Hornby’s first novel, an international bestseller and instantly recognized by critics and readers alike as a classic, helps to explain men to women, and men to men. Rob is good on music: he owns a small record shop and has strong views on what’s decent and what isn’t. But he’s much less good on relationships. In fact, he’s not at all sure that he wants to commit himself to anyone. So it’s hardly surprising that his girlfriend decides that enough is enough.
Rob is ordinary man, he own and work in music-shop. He loves music. When Lora, his girlfriend left him he start to thinking about his love life and his ex girlfriends
What was wrong with him?
Which is the reason that every girl lefts him?
He remembers for past girl friends and how they left him and why. However, when he finds that Lora has new boyfriend his mind is occupy with that.
About Rob like character: He is good man; he does not know what he wants in his life. He is lost in his life.
Lora is confused, but she decides to leave him after spending many things with him. Lora wants to make Rob to act, to do something in his life.
My opinion for this book is:
Rob, a record store owner and compulsive list maker, recounts his top five breakups, including the one in progress.
In the movie, I do not like that Rob talks to cameras. When he does that, it seems to me like I don’t watching movie, but some monologue. In the movie acting some very popular actors, like:Catherine Zeta Jones, John Cusack, Tim Robbins. Characters from the book are well presented in the movie just like I imagined them even better. The all story from the book is great adapted with no missing thing.
My opinion for this movies is:
Which means that I liked more the movie.
Title:She Tells All
Author:Judah Lee Davis
on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Judah-Lee-Davis/e/B006VDIHA0
From the cover:
Her magic stilettos ensure she will get lucky tonight ,while her big mouth ensures she will stay in trouble.
This sleepy southern town just isn’t big enough for the mischievous adventures of Madison Miller.From her affinity for men with tattoos to her disdain for spiritual matters, she appears to be a hopeless case.But one day she will meet someone who will change her life forever.
This book is:
This is the day for:
The Lyrical Foxfire Tour:Review and Interview with the Author
First of all big, big thanks to Alexandra Lanc for ARC(this is my very first ARC) “Lyrics of the heart”
In this short novella, author Alexandra Lanc fuses the art of the short story and the poem to bring together a heart-breaking tale of the events that change our lives, and the unexpected miracles that can forever alter them.
My rating for this book:
Alexandra:When it came to naming my first Foxfire Chronicles book, I really wanted it to reflect what was going on in the book, so I thought of the book’s main points. SOPM has a lot to do with memories and the past, and so I put those two words together, and the rest simply came to me.
Me:Which character is similar to your own personality?
Alexandra:I think that all of the characters have part of me in them, but the one who reflects my personality the best I think is Reaye. In the first book, she is a bit naive and overly sweet and young, and then she learns to become stronger and more self-assured. When I first wrote the book, I was very much like Reaye is in SOPM, and I think that as time passes, her personality and my personality will become more alike.
Me: The creatures are so realistic. Where you get inspiration for them?
Me:What was the hardest thing in the way of writing Shadows of the past memories?
Thank you all for checking out the interview, and a big thank you to Silvana for participating in the tour and all of her hard work on this post!
Yours in Writing,
Thank you, Alexandra!!!
Interesting video … I liked so much..I hope you will enjoy…
Forged in Fire by Trish McCallan next in February
odor, and his sword didn’t falter. Not after the convoluted road that had led him to set out alone to find and slay the manxome Jabberwocky. But the secrets he’d learned about the Jabberwocky’s sorrowful past made it a sour victory.How different would the situation be if the girl he loved wasn’t at risk?Why didn’t anyone tell him the dark secrets surrounding the Tumtum tree?Jabberwocky is a short novel that tells the story behind Lewis Carroll’s epic poem.
Meet the characters and creatures that inhabit the world long before the arrival of Alice.