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Leaving Before the Rains Come by Alexandra Fuller
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The author writes about her upbringing in Africa, her marriage to an American, her African family's quirky personalities and habits, her move to Wyoming, the demise of her marriage and her eventual ability to own herself without the assistance of her ...more
Leaving Before the Rains Come by Alexandra Fuller
"In the late spring of 2010, I was going through a difficult time in my life. We all have the rough times, whether it be days or years but judging my own life thus far, this period was the second most difficult time I've experienced.

I went to a ta..." Read more of this review »
The God Argument by Anthony C. Grayling
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In this book, the author, A.C. Grayling seeks to establish that religious faith is not based upon sound reasoning, and in some circumstances, is nothing more than "stone-aged" beliefs predicated upon "polysyllabic" (many) views that are filled with " ...more
Unrequited by Lisa A. Phillips
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The author uses herself as a real example of a woman who "soft-stalked" a dude named "B" after her obsessive "love" for him was not requited. She writes knowingly, from her personal, and well researched, perspective about the pain of undergoing that ...more
Unrequited by Lisa A. Phillips
"This was the perfect book to read on Valentine's Day, when I was a roiling mess of loneliness, longing, and self-hatred. I've never read much on this subject, but I needed to. A compassionate, companionable, insightful book for anyone wanting to u..." Read more of this review »
Men by Laura Kipnis
" I do for the most part because of her tendency to extenuate some of her perceived faults of men, unlike some feminist writers. Also, she can be entert ...more"
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
The Girl on the Train
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This is the first book of fiction I have read in 20 years; I am told that reading only nonfiction makes a person less interesting, so not wanting to risk it, I picked this book up. The author tells the story through the words of three narrators, Rach ...more
When the Facts Change by Tony Judt
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Some of the essays compiled in this book are OK- mostly though, they are discursive (to use his word) discussions of old ideas or attempts to vitalize trending events with discussions about historical data that only he can get right. He heavily suppo ...more
Clinton, Inc. by Daniel Halper
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This is one in a series of books that endeavors to explain how and why the Clintons' remain powerful and relevant in today's politics regardless of their character issues. Much is already known about Bill's personal issues and his politco mastership, ...more
New Life, No Instructions by Gail Caldwell
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I haven't read any of the author's previous work and so I don't know if this book was intended to be a sequel to any of her books referenced in the jacket. She explains how she was a victim of polio at birth and how the virus caused her to limp becau ...more
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