Monthly Archives for June 2012

The Cheesecake Refractory

“I met Michael Jordan,” the bartender said. “Surprisingly overrated. Not him particularly. Just, you know, the experience of meeting Michael Jordan.” She was a mouthy one. Not the kind of bartender you expect to deal with at 7:30 PM on … Continue reading

24. June 2012 by Greg
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Review: Sailor & Lula: The Complete Novels

Sailor & Lula: The Complete Novels by Barry Gifford My rating: 4 of 5 stars Lordy, this book took me a long time. I had to move it in and out of my top “currently reading” spot several times, even … Continue reading

20. June 2012 by Greg
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Review: Tinkers

Tinkers by Paul Harding My rating: 4 of 5 stars For such a thin volume, this book took me quite a while to read. I’d have to put it down and pick it up often. (I’m realizing lately that I … Continue reading

16. June 2012 by Greg
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Review: French Milk

French Milk by Lucy Knisley My rating: 3 of 5 stars A lot of what I expected. A little bit obnoxious and eye-roll inducing whenever I read works from privileged types as they “discover” culture and the world. More so … Continue reading

08. June 2012 by Greg
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