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Martin's Scribbles

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Martin's Scribbles is like sitting down every day with a cup of tea and a biscuit talking to someone in your family.  Architect, Martin Holub, has a way to transport you into his actual memories and reminisce with him, his life, his journey, his career, his everything.  I am not an architect, have no interest in any of it, but I do love a good book of shared memories and seeing how someone's life gets pieced together.
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Martin's Scribbles is an interesting journey through the life of Martin Holub, a Czech-American architect who was born in 1938. I must admit that I had not heard of Holub before reading his memoir, but living through WWII, the fall of Communism in Czechoslovakia, and living in England and the United States has certainly provided a lot of events and interactions.  

Thank you NetGalley and Radius Book Group for the opportunity to read an advance reader copy and learn more about a Martin Holub.
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A short story collection about the author's life as an architect in the US and overseas. "Scribbles" refers to the small tidbits of stories throughout the book.
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