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2016

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This is my journey in books for 2016!

TOTALS
I read 4,092 pages across 19 books Img bookstack 20

From Here to Eternity by Bruce G. Epperly
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SHORTEST BOOK
40 pages
From Here to Eternity: Preparing...
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LONGEST BOOK
560 pages
Jesus: A Pilgrimage
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Jesus by James     Martin
AVERAGE LENGTH
215 pages

MOST POPULAR
22,446
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The Girl Next Door
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The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
Becoming Fire! by Bruce G. Epperly
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LEAST POPULAR
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DENNIS’S AVERAGE RATING FOR 2016
4.5

Nothing New Under the Sun by Adam S. Miller
HIGHEST RATED ON GOODREADS
Nothing New Under the Sun: A Blunt Paraphrase of Ecclesiastes
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4.59 average
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Steve Jobs by Karen Blumenthal
Dennis’s first review of the year
really liked it
A good overview of the life of Steve Jobs and the history of Apple. Steve Jobs was a brilliant and complex man. His brilliance in design and the quality of Apple products is often overshadowed by his poor human relations skills and questionable morality.....
DENNIS’S 2016 BOOKS
Becoming Fire! by Bruce G. Epperly
it was amazing
In Wilderness by Diane Thomas
Torment by Jeff Menapace
The Baby Boom by P.J. O'Rourke
Steve Jobs by Karen Blumenthal
Jesus by James     Martin
Risen by Angela Elwell Hunt
Buddhism for Dudes by Gerry  Stribling
Parenting by Time Inc.
The Jericho River by David W. Tollen
Holistic Spirituality by Bruce G. Epperly
it was amazing
The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
Nothing New Under the Sun by Adam S. Miller
Evolving Faith by Steven L. Peck
From Here to Eternity by Bruce G. Epperly
Hybrid Reality by Parag Khanna
When We Were Animals by Joshua Gaylord
The Five Books of Jesus by James Goldberg
The Threatened Net by The Washington Post
liked it
Evolving Faith by Steven L. Peck
Dennis’s last review of the year
it was amazing
Great Book

A Mormon scientist explores the intersection of faith, science, and philosophy. Sometimes dense and difficult it is nonetheless a worthwhile read.....
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2016 READING
CHALLENGE
Dennis read 19 out of 15 books.
 
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