4 comments on “Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher

  1. Have you read this book, Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History? Truthfully, I had to take notes in the margins in the physical book, you know, the kind with real paper pages, to retain all of the information given in this book with an extremely long title. Very worth the read. I’ll get the eBook that you suggested here so that my husband and I don’t fight over it! Another book that I am currently re-reading because it’s so facinating is Into Africa: The Epic Adventures of Stanley and Livingstone. Have you read the book about Teddy Roosevelt’s last exploration called The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey? Excellent book. Guess I got carried away, but I do love to read non-fiction history books.

    • Barbara. You have just filled my nightstand for the next year….. I love books about exploration too! Stanley/Livingston sounds great. I started this book with 2 others almost finished by my bed. I need to buckle down and find out what finally happens to that dragon tattoo girl and the guy in a million little pieces before I commit to any new ones…..but I’ll order them from Amazon so I’m prepared…..

  2. You’ve made me laugh out loud AGAIN! I am in the process of moving and have boxed up over 6000 books so far. Yes, six with three zeros. I have become one of “you people,” downloading books to a kindle. At least until the next good library book sale…

    • I have to hold a physical book in my hands, Stick my boarding pass in it to hold my page, keep it next to the bed with my glasses, shelf it as a testament to how well-read I am, and possibly pass it on to a friend who MUST read this book…can’t do any of that with a Kindle ( I know, I sound old )

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