This photographic guide features five fully illustrated walking tours of the charming New Jersey town with seventeenth-century roots and the renowned university at its core. Explore the heart of Princeton University as well as its more modern sections; downtown Princeton, including some of its oldest neighbourhoods; and the campuses of Princeton Theological Seminary and the Institute for Advanced Study. Each walk highlights the town’s rich history, varied architecture, and a multitude of local attractions, ranging from museums and theatres to parks and playgrounds. For those who want to roam a bit farther, a host of ideas for short outings and longer excursions in the greater Princeton area are included. With compelling full-page images and informative captions, this unique guidebook will appeal to both locals and guests and makes an ideal gift or keepsake.
For someone who probably, will never do much more international travelling anymore.
I found this a delight and informative.
With beautiful photographs and 5 descriptive walking excursions, including the history of the university town of Princeton.
This would be suitable to grace anyone’s coffee table.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. Published by Schiffer Publishing and downloaded via NetGalley.
This is the second time I have read this book, but the first time that I have listened to it. Narrated by Coleen Marlo and just as enjoyable the second time round as it was the first time.
TJ Jensen is juggling her job as a coach at the high school, working at the family lakeside resort and bringing up 2 very young half-sisters. She really could have done without finding her good friend Zackary Collins dead in his favourite chair.
But looking over the scene of where he died, things look out of place to TJ. But the handsome new deputy in town, closes the case as a natural death, without to her answering the “how” or “why”.
So TJ sets out to find the answers. Along the way picking up puzzles that Zackary has left for her to solve.
I really enjoyed this exciting new mystery series featuring TJ Jensen. With a great set of characters. Well plotted and written. And even brought a tear to my eye at one point (or it must have been a speck of dust making them water!)
Will be planning on reading more of this series.
I should have gotten used to not being able to get to sleep at night…
But it is still annoying!
Why is it happening?
Mainly due to the medications that I’m on, which puts me to sleep when I would prefer to be awake and keeps me awake when I would rather be sleeping. Also the fact that I’m in pain and discomfort in various parts of my body, have a throbbing head and a brain that is active for a change…go figure!
The pain and discomfort are probably due to the fact that I tried to do some much needed housework…as in a pre spring clean…only started to do my bedroom and haven’t got much done. My energy level only goes for a few minutes at a time before it peters out and I have to rest.
I would read or listen to an audiobook, but with the throbbing in my head and the scattered thoughts racing around in my brain, I’m surprised that I’m able to write even this…it will probably read like a lot of mumbo jumbo, and I will have to stop soon, as my fingers joints are hurting.
Will have another go at going to sleep…but don’t hold your breath!
The third series of Ayres On The Air starring our National Treasure Pam Ayres, with Felicity Montagu and Geoffrey Whitehead.
The series was originally made for BBC Radio 4, with a collection of sketches, poems and anecdotes.
With Pam’s droll incites, wicked sense of humour, all mixed in with her classic Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire county tones, will brighten your day and make you smile.
Pam Ayres has the droll wit and prose that I just love. She is a delight to listen to. Includes sketches, poems and anecdotes.
The series was originally made for BBC Radio 4 and stars Pam Ayres, Felicity Montagu and Geoffrey Whitehead.
She will brighten your day and make you laugh.
In time I will get and listen to all the series made. I have listen to this a couple of times, and keep coming back for more.
BBC Radio 4 series, Pam Ayres presents sketches, poetry and anecdotes. With Felicity Montagu and Geoffrey Whitehead.
I love listening to Pam’s pleasant Oxfordshire tones. The anecdotes, poems and sketches are cleverly written and on a wide variety of subjects.
I can listen to this series time and time again, with it never getting stale.
The third book in the Witch City mysteries by Carol J. Perry.
In Salem, Massachusetts, there are secret everywhere–even in the furniture. . .
Does an old oak bureau similar to the one Lee Barratt owned as a child, which she lost in the recent fire, hold the key to the murder of the antique dealer she has just brought the bureau from, and an old famous murder of the original owner?
This series just keeps getting better.
I love the cast of characters and the plots. The stories just flows seamlessly, making them a joy to read, time and time again.
Here starts the epic journey that will change one boys life…forever.
Long ago, so the Storyteller claimed, the evil God Torak sought dominion and drove men and Gods to war. But Belgarath the Sorcerer led men to reclaim the Orb that protected men of the West. So long as it lay at Riva, the prophecy went, men would be safe.
But that was only a story, and Garion did not believe in magic dooms, even though the dark man without a shadow had haunted him for years. Brought up on a quiet farm by his Aunt Pol, how could he know that the Apostate planned to wake dread Torak, or that he would be led on a quest of unparalleled magic and danger by those he loved – but did not know? For a while his dreams of innocence were safe, untroubled by knowledge of his strange heritage. For a little while…
This series will pull you in from the first page, and will not let you go until you have completed the entire series.
David and Leigh Eddings are Master story tellers, that have created a world and characters that will make you laugh, cry and leave you breathless and craving for more.
This is my ‘Go To’ fantasy series for the past 30 odd years, and I must have read them all completely from start to finish at least a dozen or more times. And each time I find something that I have either missed or something that makes me think, ‘Mmmm…I never thought of it in that way before’.
5 Stars *****
Narrated by David Suchet.
The story tells the tale of an introverted academic who happens upon a strange whistle while exploring a cemetery on the East Anglian coast. When blown, the whistle unleashes a supernatural force that terrorizes its discoverer.
This is one of his classic tales and excellently read by David Suchet.
The main character in this tale is a bit of a pompous know-it-all, who is by the end of the tale taken down a peg or two.
I’m not into horror, but I don’t mind ghost stories now and again. I have listened to several of the M. R. James stories in both audio and live narration/performance…I have to admit that his tales do give you goose bumps.
Enjoyable and well worth listening to. I have listened to this story several times.
Poems from the following poets and read by Richard Armitage.
My favourite 2 from this collection are:
Elizabeth Barrett Browning ~ How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
Just has the beautiful flow of expression of love.
Alfred, Lord Tennyson ~ COME into the garden, Maud,
For the black bat, Night, has flown,
I’m a sucker for Tennyson since the day I read Agatha Christies ‘The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side” which has the following quote in the novel from the poem ‘The Lady of Shalott’,
“Out flew the web and floated wide;
The mirror crack’d from side to side;
‘The curse is come upon me,’ cried
The Lady of Shalott.”
I just find the imagery of his words, creates the pictures he is trying to convey into my mind.
All the poems are beautifully recited by the actor Richard Armitage.
Included in this collection are:
• “How do I love thee?” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
• “Sonnet 116” by William Shakespeare
• “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe
• “To Be One with Each Other” by George Eliot
• “Maud” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
• “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell
• “Bright Star” by John Keats
• “Love’s Philosophy” by Percy Bysshe Shelley
• 1 Corinthians 13:4-8
• “Meeting at Night” by Robert Browning
• “The Dream” by Edna St. Vincent Millay
• “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe
• “I carry your heart” by E. E. Cummings
• “She Walks in Beauty” by Lord Byron
• “Give All to Love” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
This was a ‘Members Only’ free gift from Audible UK.
Gerald Smithson, master leathersmith, has ample reason to distrust mages. He doesn’t take their commissions and steers clear of them wherever possible. When Lord Leo Harris tries to hire him, Gerald sends the mage packing. Unfortunately, the simple act of Leo entering his shop brings Gerald to the attention of a Dark mage who kidnaps him as a chance to get to Leo. Now Leo must not only rescue Gerald, but find a way to win his heart. It will be an unusual courtship, to say the least.
An explosive prequel to the Mage and the Leathersmith book #1 – A Most Unusual Wedding.
This is the second time reading this enjoyable steam punk M/M romance in readiness to start the next book in the series…A Most Unusual Wedding, and still as good as it was the first time round.
This prequel is still available to download for FREE.
Still…5 Stars *****