Welcome to the Lot! This may be a spoiler, but this has to be our most favorite “Pages Reads” yet. As well as our quickest! In the beginning of our episode we do a brief update of our current reads and we reminisce about a time Knowles made Smith and Dustin breakfast. Ahhh back to it, This is Pages Reads: Salem’s Lot. Before we jump into out review we chat briefly about Robert Heinlein’s “Job: A Comedy of Justice”, Ernest Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises”. Smith tries to explain not having a “King-thing”. Knowles also talks about Stephen King’s “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft”.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is one of the most relatable books I have ever read. I have never herded sheep, been to Africa, or attempted to cross a desert, but this book is written for anyone that wishes to discover their Personal Legend in life.
The plot of this timeless fable is simple. A shepherd has a reoccurring dream about pyramids and treasure, so he visits a gypsy in order to have these images analyzed. From there he travels to Africa and meets an assortment of characters that drastically Read more “Review: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho”
Are your bags packed? Have a few pounds in your pocket? Good! Let’s head over to 221B Baker Street! I’ll tweet Mrs. Hudson to put the kettle on.
This month’s “Pages Reads” is A Study In Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle. I decided to stick with choosing books or authors that have a huge influence on pop culture. There is no literary character more popular than Sherlock Holmes. This renowned character is portrayed in books, movies, T.V , musicals, plays, and ballet. If you have never heard of Holmes you may be living under an actual rock, but if you are reading this article you must have internet. Read more “Pages Reads: A Study in Scarlet”