Monthly Archives: October 2014

What Alice Forgot

Who are we without our memories?  Are our senses of self innate, or are they born of the things we’ve seen and done?  Liane Moriarty’s most recent novel, “What Alice Forgot” plays with the themes of memory and perception in … Continue reading

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The Burgess Boys

This book was fantastic. Tightly written, taut characterization, carefully intertwined themes.  Who are the Burgess boys?  There’s three of them — aren’t there always? — there’s Jim, the larger-than-life defense attorney, beloved by all, with his perfect family, perfect job, … Continue reading

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How To Get Away With Murder: Episode Two

A solid, if not terribly exciting second episode of a promising new series.  We got a little more character development from our intrepid group of law students, and a good indication of the kind of balance that will exist this … Continue reading

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