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Seven by Jacqueline Leo
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Dec 31, 2009

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bookshelves: non-fiction, read-2009
Read in November, 2009

The number seven has always fascinated me and I was excited when I received an advanced readers copy from Hatchette Book Club.

This book is filled with little anecdotes, lists of sevens, and stories.

The beginning of the book focuses on how we are riddled with too much information as a society and then the book throws more and more at us. At times it seemed a bit hypocritical and I didn't feel the title had anything to do with the book itself, but an interesting read none-the-less.

A good coffee table and water cooler conversation book.

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11/05/2009 page 1
0.37% "Thank you to Hatchette Book Group for the advanced copy for my review. =) Looking forward to reading this."
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Lisa I'm glad to get your feedback on this one. You know how tough I am on books--if you gave it a three what do you think I'd end up at?!

Mandy Sue Honestly, Lisa you would have definitely given it a two. LOL The information is interesting but I expected it to read more like a book and less like an encyclopedia on the Number 7. KWIM? It was interesting but the summary without book in hand makes you expect something else.

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