Best Book Ever: Love in the Time of Cholera vs. The Screwtape Letters

Love versus lust as told by two authors. One story by a renowned Colombian author goes up against a good English Christian in this face off. Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez Can love last a lifetime? Whether in marriage or in devotion, Love in the Time of Cholera would argue … Continue reading Best Book Ever: Love in the Time of Cholera vs. The Screwtape Letters

Best Book Ever: The Memory Artist and A Short History Of Nearly Everything

A quirky contender from Canada and a powerhouse of hilarity form the US (by way of UK). An odd match up of the persistence of memory against the history of the world. Heaven help me to find a winner here. The Memory Artists by Jeffrey Moore In college, I had a friend who worked at … Continue reading Best Book Ever: The Memory Artist and A Short History Of Nearly Everything

Best Book Ever: Sally Lockhart Vs. Cormoran Strike

Wow, after the powerhouse of last week's match-up, this one feels lackluster, but make no mistake, I love both of these books. Will the modern day Londoner win out against the 19th century version? Let's find out. The Sally Lockhart Chronicles by Phillip Pullman A few contenders on the list feel too childish to be … Continue reading Best Book Ever: Sally Lockhart Vs. Cormoran Strike