WWE 50 Book

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…

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Gift Idea Review: Breaking Bad – I Am The Danger [Book]

Hard to believe, but tomorrow is Thanksgiving and that means Christmas is a month away. If you’re like me, you’re almost done with your Christmas shopping already. Most folks haven’t even gotten started yet though. If you’re one of those people, then keep checking back here as we’re going to be reviewing some possible gift…

Book 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…

Review: The Power of Right Believing

The Power of Right Believing: 7 Keys to Freedom from Fear, Guilt, and Addiction Author: Joseph Prince Publisher: FaithWords Genre(s): Faith, Religious Hardcover: 368 pages ISBN: 978-1455553143 Price: $24.00 * A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review. What you believe is powerful. If you can change what you believe, you…

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

It’s Time: My 360° View of the UFC Author: Bruce Buffer Publisher: Crown Publishing Hardcover: 277 pages Released: May 14, 2013 ISBN: 978-0-307-95391-9 * A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review. I am a fan of UFC and MMA in general, but not as big a fan as I once…

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

Author: Peter Guralnick Publisher: Back Bay Books Genre: Biography Amazon Link: http://www.amazon.com/Peter-Guralnick-Train-Memphis-Careless/dp/0316345237 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…

Review: 11/22/63

11/22/63 Author: Stephen King Publisher: Scribner Paperback: 849 pages http://112263book.com 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,…

Review: Devil in the White City

Devil in the White City Author: Erik Larson Publisher: Vintage Paperback: 447 pages 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…

Quick Daily Review #8: Superfly The Jimmy Snuka Story [Book]

Quick Daily Review #8: Superfly The Jimmy Snuka Story [Book] Author: Jimmy Snuka, Jon Chattman Publisher: Triumph Books Hardcover: 213 pages * A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review. Jimmy Snuka’s prime as a wrestler was a few years before my time; my earliest memories of seeing the Superfly in action was during…