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Review: Stranger to the Ground

Stranger to the Ground by Richard BachMy rating: 2 of 5 stars I can’t believe I’m DNF’ing this. I usually love Richard Bach. But this was not his best. Really, it wasn’t. This story follows Dick as he joins the Air Force in a “lonely duel with death”. Yes, that is what the synopsis said. […]

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Review: Running from Safety: An Adventure of the Spirit

Running from Safety: An Adventure of the Spirit by Richard BachMy rating: 4 of 5 stars “Life is.” Sometimes in the rush of life, we forget the maxim written above. Life is not a mystery, life is not about waking up and getting through the day. On its own, life simply is, but we in […]

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Review: Hypnotizing Maria

Hypnotizing Maria by Richard BachMy rating: 4 of 5  Richard Bach has hypnotized me. It is in no way easy to comprehend the concept of hypnosis when you see hypnotist shows or are even subject to it. Hypnosis can reach into areas of the mind that cannot be reached when awake and not in a […]

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Review: Biplane

Biplane by Richard BachMy rating: 4 of 5 stars “What shall I be, this moment?” I’ve been an avid Bach reader lately. I’ve read everything from Johnathon Livingston Seagull to A Gift of Wings. Bach’s Zen-like prose touches someone like me and seduces me into following the story through to the end. There is always […]

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Review: Nothing by Chance

Nothing by Chance by Richard BachMy rating: 4 of 5 stars Unlike Richard Bach, I may never know the true freedom of flight. I used to think that flying was mainly commercial, that there was no way it was a hobby for anyone. Yet if you have the good fortune to fly a small, simple […]

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Review: A Gift Of Wings

A Gift Of Wings by Richard BachMy rating: 4 of 5 stars I am no pilot. I don’t know about fuel gauges, aviation, airports, or turbulence. I’m not a mechanic. Nuts and bolts are just objects to me; meaningless objects. Yet somehow this book grabbed me and refused to let me go until I’d finished. […]