Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Stories of a Lifetime by: Hugh Aaron Review

Description via book jacket:

Stories from a Lifetime carries readers through a widely diverse series of life's peaks and valleys with poignant, clear-eyed vision and understanding that is only gradually gained across the course of a lifetime through endurance and honest appraisal of the emotional roller coaster that we all ride.

My Review:

This book was not your typical one story type book, this book follows many short stories.  Some span during times of war, some are simple relationship stories.  I found each one of them moved me to some degree or another.  Definitely a great book to curl up on the couch and read.  It doesn't require you to read the whole book in a sit through you can read each story about 1-3 pages and find yourself drawn into the short story.  I liked the ones about the businessman dealing with his nephew and the one where another business owner got sucked back into a job after he had been let go.  Definitely a great book to have on your book shelf.  Hugh Aaron did a great job writing these short stories.  A treasure for anyone to have. This book was sent to me via Pump Up Your Books Promotion for a honest and fair review.
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