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.
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.
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.