Saturday, December 17, 2011

Quisr: Today's Free App, Plus Our Book of the Day: The Misremembered Man

Good morning! Let's get right into today's free app and book of the day. Have a wonderful Saturday, everyone!

Today's addition to the 25 Days of Free Holiday Music is The First Noel by Neil Sedaka.

Name: Quisr Pro
Rating: 3.3 stars over 17 reviews
Price: 0.00


Description: Play this fun trivia game by yourself or with up to 3 friends. Answer 8 different types of questions. Climb to the top of the worldwide leaderboard. Create your own questions and enter them into Quisr. Includes 4 language options: English, French, Spanish, and German


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Today's book of the day is a compelling piece of contemporary fiction from Christina McKenna. Take a look!

Title: The Misremembered Man
Rating: 4.7 over 6 reviews
Price: $9.99 0.99
Description:   Memoirist McKenna's debut novel—a pastoral, feel-good yarn set in 1974 County Derry—concerns two Irish 40-somethings who meet through a newspaper Lonely Hearts column. Both farmer Jamie McCloone and schoolteacher Lydia Devine have suffered the recent death of a loved one. Jamie's traumatic childhood at a sweatshop run by the nuns from hell precipitates his dependence on Valium and whiskey. Lydia, meanwhile, grew up under the oppressive thumb of her now-dead rector father and—at age 40, still a virgin who has never tasted alcohol—decides it's time to live a little. The pair, of course, are grossly mismatched—she prim and buttoned-down, he a rough-edged rustic—which is underscored repeatedly during their lengthy postal courtship. Comic relief comes from Jamie's neighbors, the McFaddens, who do their best to aid Jamie and lift him from his saturnine moods. McKenna—who's written a memoir, My Mother Wore a Yellow Dress—places a few twists in the narrative, saving the most startling until the close.
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