If you want even more book reviews, I recommend checking our my library on LibraryThing. I posted links in there to reviews that I have liked for books I own. Since these are not my work, I have not placed them here, but LibraryThing is one of those Web 2.0 jobs that is linktacular, so it seemed appropriate to point to other reviewers work there. On my profile page, you can find links to websites that I culled lots of good reviews from. The two I visit the most are John Reilly's page and Jerry Pournelle's page.
The Magistra likes to watch period dramas on Netflix. This is a work of the same genre, although Quigley probably didn't know he was writing one at the time. This book is a fossil from that brief and peaceful period in the 1960s before the big cultural upheavals in 1968,
Brown Ales November 2010 Lineup Brown ales originate in England. The original brown ale style is made from 100% brown malt. There is some difference between American brown ales [Type 33] and English brown ales [Type 47], with the American styles tending to be drier and hoppier. New Belgium La
Francis Parker YockeyI am astonished that men like Francis Parker Yockey actually exist. Yockey is a reminder that truth is always stranger than fiction. The closest literary analogue that I have read is Tim Power's Declare. Of course, that is a secret history, based on the very real life of