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Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Win The Holy Bullet

by Luis Miguel Rocha

I did not finish this book.  I just couldn't keep track of what was happening.  There was a lot of jumping around in time and place.  I had the feeling the author was well educated  in the subject matter and the history of the Catholic Church.  He often threw in delectable tidbits of information that, though interesting, caused my mind to wander from the main story.   I tried to keep reading, but I felt lost most of the time.  Perhaps it's all that multi-tasking that 'they' say interferes with our focusing skills. I know my focusing skills are minimal at best.  I don't know but I finally said, "Enough!"

My loss could be a win for you.  Since this was an ARC I feel responsible for reading it and since I couldn't I'd like to pass it on to someone else.  I have seen some good reviews and suspect that someone willing to make the effort would be well satisfied.

If you would like your name thrown into the hat to win this book just leave me a comment saying you'd like to win.  This drawing ends on Aug. 9.

10 comments:

Nicola said...

Looks like I'm first and first never wins but I'll try my luck anyway! Please through my name into the hat! Thanks!

Nymeth said...

(No need to enter me) Sorry to hear you were let down!

Wanda said...

I would love to win this book. Please enter my name. Thanks.
wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

Crystal said...

I have had that happen with books before. Please enter me.

crystalfulcher(at)ec.rr.com

sharon54220 said...

I would love to be entered for this book.

Thanks

sharon54220@gmail.com

Tricia said...

I would love for you to throw my name in the hate, I think I would like this book. :)
lilwhiteninja at yahoo dot com

Cath said...

If you don't mind posting overseas then I would love to be included in the draw.

Beverooni said...

ME ME ME!

Mystica said...

I would love to be entered for this book.

Thank you.

Mystica


mystica123athotmaildotcom

Bookfool said...

Don't enter me. I just wanted to say I understand that feeling. Sometimes jumping around works and sometimes it doesn't. I think the skill of the author has a lot to do with that.