Category Archives: Books

Pictures of You (book, 2011)

Alright, so here’s the scoop: The novel, Pictures of You… The Author? Leavitt already… The players are: Sam, Charlie, and Isabelle– Is she a swan you might ask, let me tell you one thing: Yes! (1) So the story goes … Continue reading

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Review of How to Think by Alan Jacobs (Book, 2017)

Alan Jacobs presents a funny argument. If you want to become a better thinker, open yourself to the possibility that the people around you aren’t stupid. Bonkers, right? And yet in my review of his new book,¬†How To Think, I … Continue reading

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A Helpful Book to Becoming a Better Disciple of Christ

Review of The Rhythm of Renewal Sleek and elegant, this simple book is jam packed full of simple techniques to help you become a better disciple of Christ, and just perhaps, a true Christian. I have provided the link below … Continue reading

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Salvage the Bones (Book Review)

Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward My rating: 3 of 5 stars Sometimes it can be difficult to read such a precious book and maintain the facade of being a film critic at the same time. Something delicate can be … Continue reading

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George Washington’s Rules to Live By: How to Sit, Stand, Smile, and Be Cool! A Good Manners Guide From the Father of Our Country

George Washington’s Rules to Live By: How to Sit, Stand, Smile, and Be Cool! A Good Manners Guide From the Father of Our Country by George Washington My rating: 4 of 5 stars Some of my favorite rules are ones … Continue reading

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Y: The Last Man, Vol 1: Unmanned

Y: The Last Man, Vol. 1: Unmanned by Brian K. Vaughan My rating: 3 of 5 stars Perhaps my expectations were doomed to failure. Perhaps I’m just no fun. Whatever the case may be, the truth is I found myself … Continue reading

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Review of Golem Legend: Origins and Implications (Non-Fiction, 1985)

A very concise and simple book explaining the historical origins of the Jewish legend of the Golem. Two main messages Byron creates are thus as follows: 1) Thru language we are able to express our creation 2) There is a … Continue reading

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