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11/3/2015 01:54:38 pm
The Water Knife, by Paolo Bacigalupi had me hooked from its opening line, "There were stories in sweat." Even though this is a work of fiction, it made me very afraid to think of our future without water. It made me question the concept of "right, wrong and justice," as we follow the lives of the characters coping with a changing world. It also should make all of us more water-wise before it's too late.
11/8/2015 07:09:36 pm
Going to have Mark read this. Sounds intriguing! Thanks for posting
11/11/2015 08:42:05 am
If you have not read the book Unbroken, Veteran's Day would be a good time to go pick it up. Not only about life as a WWII POW, but an inspiring book about redemption and forgiveness (Which unfortunately Angelina Jolie failed to focus on in her adaptation). If you saw the movie and didn't read the book, you missed the whole point.
11/15/2016 12:08:41 pm
Faith by Jennifer Haigh. The power--and sadness--of not defending yourself in order for another to live a better life.
11/15/2016 12:12:56 pm
The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz. An intriguing story teller that weaves the various implications of living in the Dominican Republic under Trujillo's rule with the delicacies of a young boy coming of age. Great read!
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