Monthly Archives: February 2015

My Review | Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

I’ve watched all the movies so I decided to read one of the books. I liked it. This is the first in the Harry Potter series. Continue reading

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My Review | Everyman

There are a lot of shitty things that happen if you’re lucky to live a long life. Everyman has to ponder what has he contributed to the world, if anything. He retires at the same beach where he used to play as a kid with his mom and dad and brother. The story is bleak, but thoughtful and beautifully written. Continue reading

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My Review | The Happiness Project

And because it was, it definitely felt like a blog project that was turned into a book, including entries from readers from the blog giving their ideas on certain solutions. For whatever reason that bothered me. Probably because I’m jaded, but I started to feel like the book was a good marketing hook that caught on versus a good book. And I’m completely open to the fact that I’m wrong. Continue reading

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My Review | My Autobiography

An autobiography written by Charlie Chaplin at 75 from memory living in exile in Switzerland after America, in its insane paranoid state banned him. I loved this book. Great, fun, insightful stories throughout. I felt like I was having a conversation with the man. Continue reading

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My Review | The Shadow of the Wind

My new favorite book. It is hard to sum up the plot. But basically it’s about a boy and a book from at the Cemetery of Forgotten Books and it’s about the boy’s life and the author of the book’s life. There is loads of mysterious intrigue, amazingly awesome and funny characters, romance, lost romance, side trips, twists and turns, fantasy, mystery, a dude with no face, scary bad guys, a scary mansion, tension, and an historical Barcelona backdrop. I loved every minute of this adventure. Continue reading

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