The Man Called Red

An Autobiography of a Guide and Outfitter in Northern British Columbia
By N.B. "Red" Sorensen

Wow! Where do I begin? First let me say that this is a good book. It is a snapshot of a time and a place and a life. To me it is fascinating. The Man Called Red by N.B. "Red" Sorensen takes place in another...

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The Future Of Football

By Jr. Czonko Bezrski Jr.

I must admit, I am a part of that demographic that the NFL seems to be highly covetous of. The focus of many marketing dollars, special colored jerseys, even encouraging the league to recognize breast cancer awareness month in October of every year by having...

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The Corridor of Uncertainty

How Cricket Mended a Torn Nation
By Nihar Suthar

The Corridor of Uncertainty by Nihar Suthar begins with a recap of the many enjoyable parts of the game of cricket, following a brief overview of the Afghan political situation since the 1970s. After discussing the power struggles within the country, as well as the...

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The Puck Stops Here

Hockey Players' Healthy Eating Handbook
By Roxanne Tuomela AADP

The Puck Stops Here: Hockey Players' Healthy Eating Handbook by author Roxanne Tuomela (a Board Certified Holistic Health Coach) is an informative health and nutrition guide for athletes. In the introduction, the author states: “Well, the puck stops here!...I celebrate you for taking responsibility for...

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The Art Of Pitching

By Denny McLain

Denny McLain, author of The Art of Pitching, played for the Detroit Tigers. In the introduction, Denny McLain offers some excellent advice for those who want to be Major League pitchers. “First always think about an education. In today’s game they want smart guys, guys...

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The Fat Burner Secrets

The Eamer Method
By Daniel Eamer

The Fat Burner Secrets by Daniel Eamer is an amazing book. Written in a user friendly format, Eamer takes the reader on an interesting journey of discovering why we are accumulating fat and what to do about it. The Fat Burner Secrets is not complicated...

The Duck Commander Family

How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty
By Willie Robertson,Korie Robertson

The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built A Dynasty is a very colorful, entertaining and rewarding book. Authors Willie and Korie Robertson, along with Mark Schlabach, allow the reader to see within the lives of the Robertson family, revealing both the good...

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The Walk-On

Inside Northwestern's Rise from Cellar Dweller to Big Ten Champ
By Matt Stewart

I must begin the review of "The Walk-On: Inside Northwestern'S Rise From Cellar Dweller to Big Ten Champ" by Matt Stewartby admitting that I do not know a lot about football. However, this book is about much more than football. My first step was to...

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The Wimbledon Final That Never Was...

And Other Tennis Tales from a By-Gone Era
By Sidney Wood and David Wood

Take a seat in the stands and feel the excitement growing as the players are introduced and take their positions on the court. Can you see them? Hear the balls hit the rackets and the sound of the players moving across the court as the...