Book Review: Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution
This is my first Philbrick read, but definitely not my last.
This could have very easily been a straight forward autobiography of Benedict Arnold, but Philbrick adds such depth and nuance that the reader not only gets the facts of Arnold’s life, but also a truer understanding of...Read More »
If you watch my videos, you probably know, I love history. Especially English history. I’m a first-generation American. My mother was born in England and moved to the US when she was 8 years old. I grew up in a...Read More »
These books are just a delight. I started reading my first Andy Carpenter novel,First Degree (book #1 of the series) back on September 4th. It is now October 15th and I’m sad to say I only have one novel left (The Twelve Dogs of Christmas, #15 in the...Read More »
Excellent classic horror. Believable characters, well paced plot, and wonderfully suspenseful. The only thing keeping this from being a 5 star is the big reveal. There was just too much exposition there for my liking. I wish that had been dealt with differently. But the ending itself was...Read More »
Do you like bread? I like bread. This book has enough bread in it to keep me entertained for a very long time. The recipes range from naan, to croissants, to rye sourdough. And they all look DELICIOUS.
Each recipe is clearly formatted and easy to read. There’s also...Read More »