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Dharma Punx by Noah Levine
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Aug 03, 09

Read in August, 2009

Noah Levine has a very spare, simple, transparent style that I appreciated. It's not one of those books that delve into the gutter of addiction for the entire book- instead it's about the long path of recovery. I found it very interesting, and he's a smart guy, and again the I really appreciated the simple style. It's odd because he's my age, and I'm really familiar with Santa Cruz, so perhaps the local angle was key, but I'm shocked at the negative reviews here. It's also refreshingly non-hippy journey to Buddhism, that I also really enjoyed. He approaches sideways, basically.
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