Saving Fish From Drowning by Amy Tan: Reviews

26 Dec

This is what I am reading at the moment. The reviews on the above site — seventeen of them — show only one really unfavourable, with three saying it is outstanding. I am enjoying it so far, unusual as it is to have a dead narrator…

In future entries I will also have more to say about Alexander Stille’s The Future in the Past, and about Rex Miller’s The Millennium Matrix which has grown on me on a second reading. I will also tell you about a book that I certainly relate to, Paul Rasor, Faith Without Certainty — that is a vital need these days.

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One response to “Saving Fish From Drowning by Amy Tan: Reviews

  1. Rex Miller

    May 5, 2006 at 4:11 am

    Haloscan 10 January 2006

    Thanks for the reference to my book. Let me know if you have any questions or comments. I have a few friends down your way. My dad was born in Melbourne, grandmother from Tasmania and I’ve just met Alan Hirsch – has a great book out on the church.


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