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Working Stiff by Judy Melinek and TJ Mitchell

Well, I have not enjoyed a book as much as I enjoyed this one in a long time. But then, I have not read any non-fiction for a long time, so there might be a lesson in there. This was … Continue reading

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The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

I listened the the audiobook of this and Palmer reads it herself. There are also a few of her songs and others’ songs on the audiobook. I am glad that she reads it because I know her voice well. I … Continue reading

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Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham

I listened to the audiobook of this. Presumably anyone who is a fan of hers would know Dunham’s voice, so this would have been pretty bad if she did not read it herself. I like the way Dunham talks. I … Continue reading

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Autobiography by Morrissey

I am not Morrissey’s biggest fan, but I do find him a very quotable bloke, so I decided to listen to his autobiography, read by David Morrissey (no relation). Personally, I have the very strong belief that the author should … Continue reading

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Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography by Rob Lowe

I do not usually listen to audiobooks but this one was recommended to me, and I am sure that listening to Rob Lowe read this himself makes the stories so much better than reading them. I am a little too … Continue reading

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I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

I read this for the Las Vegas Non-Fiction book group. I had heard a lot about it so my expectations were quite high. I think in hindsight I was expecting rather a lot from an autobiography of a teenaged girl. … Continue reading

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Annie’s Ghosts by Steve Luxenberg

Luxenberg is a journalist who found out a family secret and decided to write a book about it. His mother, born 1917, had a younger sister who was committed to a mental hospital at age twenty-one. His mother kept her … Continue reading

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