written before the above book for men. I have to say, I understood what he was trying to get across, but still felt very lost. I couldn’t connect with alot of what he was saying. So either I’m pretty well off, or super screwed up, lol. Maybe reading it WITH someone would help, I don’t know.
John & Stasi Eldredge
Not truly a selfhelp because they are both Christians. It looks at the unique problems that a woman must deal with, mostly of the psychological and emotional variety. Made me glad I wasn’t a woman.
womens lib in Cobra guise. That was my first reaction years ago when I first read it. But on this second reading, not nearly so bad. Justin’s daughter takes up the Cobra Mantle and is the only person available in a Humans against Qasaman Troft-push for mutual annihilation.
Jonny Moreau’s sons take up the Cobra mantle. A new threat, a new Cobra generation. Not nearly as much action as in Cobra.
human superwarriors take on the aliens. Slower paced, but action packed enough for me.
The False Mirror
The Damned #2
Alan Dean Foster
1000 years after book 1. Amplitur mess with humans and end up giving us a form of their mental abilities. Now I just have to find book 3.
Star Wars: Clone Wars
A story revolving around Mace Windu. Not as much philosophy in this one as in some of his others. Mediocre story overall tho. The whole Clone Wars saga has pretty much sucked and this was one of the better written ones, sigh.
Once a Hero
it got bumped down 2 points simply because I have matured. Still an excellent story, but now that I’m a tiny bit older, and have read more, it isn’t so without blemishes as I thot at first blush.
a tapestry of magic, kingdoms, wisdom and the inability of smallminded people to see what is right before their noses.
Earthsea Cycle #4
Ursula Le Guin
Barely gets the 2 stars.
Overlaps with Farthest Shore and is about the end of Ged and Tennar. Contradictions and babble masquerading as wisdom. Wraps the story up, but not very satisfactorily.