Amadeu Panucci Panucci from Rubbo CN, Italy
I wasn't sure I'd like this solitary at first, but I'm glad I read it. This compendium alternates between saga (always nice to learn something about history while learning) and conundrum. The quality is trying to uncover her genealogical tree and it moves along with great suspsense. Very intriguing.
One son's meditation on life and tribe. After the stroke of death of their girl, Rosenblatt and his other half moved in with their son-in-law to help raise their three grandchildren. Over the interest of the first year after the death, Rosenblatt wrote these short, poignant vignettes, some of which (I believe) were published in a column. Eventually, they were collected into this book. The result is often both somber and sad, but it is also both incredibly moving and beautiful. I had a hard pace putting down this precious little book.
This book was important to me when I read it in high tutor, but I don't know whether it would hold up over spell.
This is a poorly written history so I will not end up reading it from cover to cover. I've been leafing through it as a reference, but even in that situation its poor organization render it difficult to use as a directory. Despite this it does have quite a bit of historical food to it, and so I will struggle through these short impendings and keep using it until I find a better one.