Tag: non-fiction

Missoula by Jon Krakauer

Missoula by Jon Krakauer

June 15, 2015 Whitney Review 0 Comments

After finishing Missoula by Jon Krakauer I found it difficult to collect my thoughts. Thus, I decided to write short and sweet to keep my mind from jumping from thought to thought. The subject and its writing is powerful with chilling testimony and a heartbreaking story. Missoula by Jon Krakauer is a book that must […]

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Review: Unbroken

Review: Unbroken

February 5, 2015 Whitney Review 0 Comments

Fond of: Louie Zamperini led (good or bad) an incredible life.  I think you would be hard pressed to find anyone to contradict that.  It feels strange to say you are “fond of” a person being in a POW camp, going through the unimaginable, but Louie has grit and overcomes it, remaining “Unbroken”.  Not only […]

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Slimed! by Matthew Klickstein

Slimed! by Matthew Klickstein

January 3, 2014 Whitney Review 0 Comments

I am a child of the 90s.  I grew up on Rugrats, Clarissa Explains It All and Double Dare, in other words, I watched Nickelodeon.  Therefore, upon seeing Slimed, childhood nostalgia kicked in. Slimed is told in a segment of interviews from Actors, Producers and all the dreamers behind the scenes.  I found the order […]

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