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Bigger Than the Game by Dirk Hayhurst

Posted on 12/05/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books, Baseball

Bigger Than The Game: Restitching a Major League Career by Dirk Hayhurst

Bigger Than The game is Hayhurst’s 2nd full season in MLB, which ends up being an entire season on the DL. It’s darker than his previous books, diving into issues of team chemistry when you are ...

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What if I was born to run in the grass

Posted on 11/20/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books, Music, Baseball

Catching up on a few recently completed book. Or not completed, as the case may be.

Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen

It’s a much better song than a book. Bruce wrote a book much like his concerts, long and rambling. He desperately needed a strong armed editor on ...

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Chancellorsville's Forgotten Front

Posted on 11/15/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books, Fredericksburg, History

Chancellorsville's Forgotten Front: The Battles of Second Fredericksburg and Salem Church, May 3, 1863 by Chris Mackowski and Kristopher D. White

2nd Fredericksburg and the Battle of Salem Church get overlooked in Civil War history because they were part of the more famous Chancellorsville campaign. This battle is of ...

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Red Rising

Posted on 11/02/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

This is another one of those $3.99 Kindle specials that will cost me more as I now have to continue the series. Darrow is a slave, a married 16 year old miner on Mars in the lowest social group on the planet, the Reds ...

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Posted on 10/25/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Gaiman's first book, and damn did he start with a bang. It's a totally engrossing adult fairy tale in which mild mannered Richard, by way of helping what he thinks is a young vagrant, finds himself forgotten in his world of London, and now ...

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Something Wicked This Way Comes

Posted on 10/15/2016 in misc • Tagged with Books

Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury

Bradbury does a fantastic job in this book of making the creepiness of the story jump out of the book or Kindle, and infect your soul. It's a fantasy horror story, written 50 years before those became super trendy. It's ...

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