Rebecca Guthrie: “The Fiddler in the Subway” book review

Rebecca Guthrie: “The Fiddler in the Subway” book review

By Rebecca Guthrie Perhaps you may recall several years back hearing about the world class violinist who played in the subway in Washington D.C. and was practically ignored. It was a social science experiment dreamed up by essayist and featured writer Gene Weingarten of the Washington Post. The article was called “The Fiddler in the […]

Rebecca Guthrie: “We Were Liars” book review

Rebecca Guthrie: “We Were Liars” book review

By Rebecca Guthrie I approached “We Were Liars” by E. Lockhart with enthusiasm and anticipation.  I had read some of her other works and really enjoyed them. I had found her stories engaging and her characters realistic. I knew that her writing was tight and concise, yet she managed to put into words feelings and […]

Rebecca Guthrie: “All the Lights We Cannot See” book review

Rebecca Guthrie: “All the Lights We Cannot See” book review

By Rebecca Guthrie If you haven’t already heard of “All the Lights We Cannot See” you will soon.  This book is just won the 2015 Pulizer prize.   It is generating a ton of buzz around Amazon, Goodreads.com and other book review sites.   If you really like literary fiction or novels based around World […]

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