WWE 50 Review

WWE 50 Book

If you're a wrestling fan odds are you have both of the beautiful DK released WWE Encyclopedia's. After all, they're amazing books and an invaluable research tool for anyone who cares about the history of World Wrestling Entertainment. Chances are you're also looking forward to the inevitable third update to the WWE Encyclopedia. We're not … Continue reading WWE 50 Review

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DK Reader Level 2 – WWE John Cena Second Edition Review

John Cena

Over the past few years, WWE has gone PG and began targeting children as an audience and it's a move that has been successful. While kids have always been wrestling fans regardless of the era, now more than ever we're seeing more and more really young kids at WWE events. If you're a parent of … Continue reading DK Reader Level 2 – WWE John Cena Second Edition Review

Life Itself Review

Life Itself

When Roger Ebert passed away last April the web saw an outpouring of tributes and well wishes normally reserved for the most beloved heads of state. Ebert’s final years were plagued with pain and peril, such as the advanced cancer that deformed his face, and took away his voice, thus ending his twenty-five plus year … Continue reading Life Itself Review

The Power of Right Believing Review

The Power of Right Believing

What you believe is powerful. If you can change what you believe, you can change your life! Many today are struggling to control their behaviors and actions because they don't have control over their emotions and feelings. They don't have control over their emotions and feelings because they don't have control over their thoughts. And … Continue reading The Power of Right Believing Review

Amusing Ourselves to Death Review

Amusing Ourselves to Death

I shall open this review with the original foreword to the late, great Neil Postman’s most famous and enduring work ‘Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business’ written and released way back in 1985. “We were keeping our eye on 1984. When the year came and the prophecy didn't, thoughtful … Continue reading Amusing Ourselves to Death Review

It’s Time – My 360° View of the UFC Review

Buffer UFC Book Review

I am a fan of UFC and MMA in general, but not as big a fan as I once was (and even back during the time when I was a big fan, I preferred PRIDE to UFC). Anyone who has ever watched a UFC fight knows who Bruce Buffer is; the charismatic ring announcer, half-brother … Continue reading It’s Time – My 360° View of the UFC Review

Last Train To Memphis & Careless Love (Box Set) Review

In Peter Guralnick’s 1994 book ‘Last Train to Memphis’ (The Rise of Elvis Presley) and his 1999 follow up ‘Careless Love’ (The Unmaking of Elvis Presley) a post mortem rescue mission is attempted on the humanity of one Elvis Aaron Presley. Elvis Presley died a full twelve years before this writer was even born, and … Continue reading Last Train To Memphis & Careless Love (Box Set) Review

11/22/63 Review

11/22/63 Book

The novel 11/22/63 tells the story of Jake Epping, a (soon to be time traveling) high school English teacher (the job and life that Stephen King himself occupied before his whirlwind success started with the publication of Carrie in the late 70s) from Lisbon Falls, Maine, recently divorced, who is also teaching an adult GED … Continue reading 11/22/63 Review

Devil in the White City Review

Devil in the White City

I read this book a few years prior to this writing. Coming into it I was expecting, like other reviewers, to be more interested in the sordid tales of H.H Holmes and his infamous 'Murder Castle' rather than the great engineering feat that was the 1893 World's Fair. But during the reading of this book … Continue reading Devil in the White City Review