If I’d read this before the Olympics, maybe I would have followed the cycling more intensely. Chris Cleave’s latest, “Gold,” pits frenemy against frenemy as cyclists Kate and Zoe go head to head for the right to represent Great Britain in the Olympics. It’s Cleave’s third novel and his follow-up to the very popular “LittleContinue reading “Gold”

Carry The One

I love summer reading. It puts the “fun” in dysfunctional. Dysfunctional fiction, meet my dysfunctional schedule. That’s summer in a nutshell. I need books that I can either pick up and put down easily without having to think too hard when I revisit them, or books that allow me to finish them in essentially oneContinue reading “Carry The One”