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The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything by James     Martin
"I love (almost) everything about the Jesuits… see what I did there? I love their practical approach to co-laboring with Christ, seeking God’s presence in all things, and the focus towards the community. I hoped for a more in-depth biographical int..." Read more of this review »
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I read this beautiful book in an afternoon which I, to some degree, regret. The swiftness of the read was in part due to Austin's incredible economy of words to say so many things, but mostly because with every page I wanted more.

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Ruth Reichl is my favorite version of self-effacing snobbery. She's deeply human, tells personal and honest stories, came from a hardscrabble version of Manhattan that no longer exists. And yet her stories land on a backdrop filled with world famous ...more
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"Life's cyclical nature is amusing. I read this book in 2007 and have recommended it over a hundred times since. I returned to it this year wondering if a decade of life changed my outlook; I am happy to report, it hasn't. However, I experienced th..." Read more of this review »
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What Worth We May Find (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: With the post-modern self-consciousness of <i>A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius</i> andborrowing from the expressive first-person narrative style of Philip Roth, <i><b>What Worth We May Find </i></b></i>takes you into the intersection of six strangers whose year as enemies, lovers, friends and saviors changes not only their course into the future but their the value by which they measure each step.
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