Category Archives: HisLit

Us Conductors

HisLit In this fictional account of Lev Termen’s life, we are presented with how the Russian scientist invented an electronic instrument, known as the theremin. We witness how his government uses this invention as a means to visit America in … Continue reading

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Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With a Remarkable Man

HisLit This book will appeal to anyone who was curious about the relationship between William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.  It is also another view of the lovable man we all remembered as Spock.  As a ‘Trekkie’, I certainly wanted to … Continue reading

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Whispering Shadows

HisLit This book takes place in the vividly described setting of Hong Kong.  If you have never traveled there, the author does a good job making you feel as though you have visited it.  In addition to the various detailed … Continue reading

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The Illegal

HisLit After being selected as the winner for Canada Reads 2016, I need to stress that this novel is not only for men.  In fact, the book was defended by none other than Clara Hughes, a female Canadian athlete and … Continue reading

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An Astronaut’s Guide to Life On Earth

Mook of the Month First off, I would like to express that this is not only a book for male readers.  If you are into space and have ever wanted to know what life on a space shuttle is like, … Continue reading

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How to be a Superhero

Mook of the Month Before you get any ideas, this book is not a guide on how to win the lady of your dreams or make the woman you have be more smitten with you.  It is, however, something you will be entertained … Continue reading

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Rust: The Longest War

Mook of the Month If you think this is a boring book that drags on with dry writing, think again.  It certainly is more entertaining than watching rust eat away at your car.  What is great about the book is … Continue reading

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