If you only read one memoir this year, why not make it Herman Wouk’s fine book titled, Sailor and Fiddler: Reflections of a 100-Year-Old Author
? After all, the competition for centenarian memoirs is thin, and if you want to learn something about life, why not read the reflections of someone now in his eleventh decade of life and still sharp as a tack? The writing is masterful, and the experiences he relates are curated with great wisdom and wit. At about 160 pages, most readers can complete this memoir quickly.
(I love it)
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