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This book is charming. It's the story of a young heiress who is impatient to make her debut into society, and her troubles with boys and cars, her sister, her checkbook, the Theatre and German spies. It's like a kinder Gentlemen Prefer Blondes -- both the narrators can't spell and leave a cloud of destruction behind them, against which their charm and joie de vivre glitter even more. Full of period detail and gentle social observation, the book is a slice of upper-class life from the time of our entrance into World War I.
08/09/2006
Alexander Skikos - An Engaging Journey Through a Grim but Interesting Future
FEATURED AUTHOR - While studying political science and communications at Santa Clara University, Alex Skikos became fascinated with Americans’ different points of view from the far left to the extreme right, and the polarization of our society as the result. Creating a novel based on how he perceives the schism of such widespread and opposing divisions will one day play out, All Roads Lead to Nowhere points to a terrible future for not just the United States, but the entire planet. Most people see the world in a… Read more