From Gina Scaglione:
I read Eat This, Not That by David Zinczenko and love it. It really puts into perspective what they put into our foods. For instance, depending on where you are, you might actually want to eat four hamburgers than the salad. But, I will not tell you which place that is. You will have to read for yourself:)
From Ellen Druda:
Just finished listening to Last Night in Twisted River by John Irving on compact disc. It was a l0ng set of 20 discs, but by the time I finished up the last one, I had the satsified and fullfilled sense of completing a long journey. Irving typically writes complicated characters that deal with extraordinary circumstances and this was no exception. We get to know the main characters quite well, but the supporting cast are also very fully imagined. We follow them all as they move back and forth and round in circles through the plot that twists from beginning to end to beginning again like the title river. If you like to lose yourself in a book, John Irving is an author to try.