Your smart. I need to start using the library more. It really isn't wise to buy books like that and then put them in the donation bin at Good Will. I read a lot but only keep the books that I really love.<quoted text>
Really, I don't think a book by Cindy would do well. Most people perceive her to be a liar, especially where Casey is concerned. I don't think people would want to give her money.
I might read it if my library carried it, just like I did with Ashton's book. Books like that I have no interest in keeping, which is why I get them from the library.
The many mistakes in Ashton's book really bothered me. I expected more from him as well. It was a fast read, & there were some behind-the-scene things I didn't know. I did enjoy gaining his perspective. I'd probably read Baez's book too, again if available at the library.
I take all such books with a hefty dose of salt.
A hefty dose of salt, good way to put it. Sadly some don't realize that is necessary.