Reviews by Michael Oluwagbemi
On 11/8 Michael Oluwagbemi wrote: This book in a series focused on America's Generals reveals the mind of General Sherman from a somewhat judgmental perspective. Like many reviews of war leaders of the civil war era, the authors somewhat could not help but slant the readers' views of this Great General based on their own biases or the ... The Funny Thing About Destiny & the Sherman Mind
On 6/13 Michael Oluwagbemi wrote: Speaking of women and shame, there is another nascent political; but this one is shame herself. Picking up the book "The Quotable Rogue" was sure a mistake. Full of trite, self effusive statements made from an apparent empty barrel, one quickly realize how such a dodgy adventure John McCain was about ... Unshakable Conviction- How Bhutto puts Men to Shame!
On 2/17 Michael Oluwagbemi wrote: This book is more like a handbook on male-female relationships. While readers may conveniently be misled by the sub-title implying love for woman, and respect for man- it essentially should be taken for its lead banner head..love and respect for both. It is very unlikely you'll love whom you don't respect, ... Love & Respect
On 10/12 Michael Oluwagbemi wrote: For history, and more especially military history buffs, this book is worth picking up. Essentially a chronological retell of the life story of one of the most storied Generals of the last century, the authors put a scalpel in a history often bereft with half tales, luscious gerrymandering and flourishes ... Patton: A Story Worth Retelling
On 7/14 Michael Oluwagbemi wrote: A lame attempt at faith based ideological approach to fictional writing. If you desire to read a book that reinforces you own right wing ideological underpinnings about abortions (prohibited even after rape), government & politicians (not to be trusted) environmentalists (as terrorists and violent) and ... Hand of Fa(ith)te?