Monthly Archives: June 2014

How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff

This is a very odd book. I am struggling to put my finger on quite why but I think it is because the teenage voice is so very authentic. I so rarely speak to teenagers that I cannot be sure. … Continue reading

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Think Like a Freak by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner

Oh, I just love the Freakonomics books and podcasts, so I was bound to enjoy this book. It is not very long at 211 pages, but they get lots of information in there. Not all of it is new information, … Continue reading

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Think Like a Freak Book Group Discussion Questions

The Las Vegas Non-Fiction Book Group will be meeting soon to discuss Think Like a Freak by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, below are the questions I will use to keep the discussion going: Do you think reading this book … Continue reading

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Geek Love by Katherine Dunn

This is a very unique story that tackles some controversial and, in my opinion, pretty unpleasant topics. I read it for a book club, otherwise I would not have picked it up based on the title (which I still do … Continue reading

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