I truly loved this trilogy. The concept was well considered and the world was built well. I liked that Mile High Stadium was a setting in this book since I‘m from the Denver area 😂
This is the kind of poetry I love. This book has been on my TBR list for years!
This book was so fun! I like Kevin Wilson‘s writing style and ideas. I liked that this story perfectly hit on the experience of a young twenty-something which I know about.
It took me a while to get into this book, about page 70. I‘m glad I didn‘t put it away though because this story is beautiful!
This is exactly the kind of book my grandma would give me.
I liked this! It shows what a difference education and a stable home life can make in a person‘s life. I understand how people were so interested in this book a few years ago. I definitely learned something from this story.
I HATE self help books. But the Gottmans have a way. This book has 8 guided dates built to enrich all relationships. The open ended questions lead to great conversation.
This photo is my husband and I. I love developing us.
I‘m growing increasingly convinced that the OASIS could solve a lot of problems on Earth such as decreasing space and decreasing resources. However, I also think the OASIS could eventually erode the human brain starting at the visual pathway and emotional intelligence. I think I need to join a book club.
I would be nothing without my experiences with human cadavers. With that said, I didn‘t like the way this author wrote about whole body donors. This book makes more sense for a high school student before they take a dissection/prosection course.
This year I decided to read more about patient experiences to ready myself for clinical work. I am about 1 year from being an OTR/L and a little cognitive assessment could have hurried this lady‘s progress along. But alas, a detailed history of waking up in a hospital, afraid, is needed to understand the patient experience.
I don‘t think Krakauer hates Mormonism, I think he hates all religion. Which is fine, he has a very objective perspective that comes through in his writing.
I got a very creepy vibe from everything chronicled in this book but I did climb Mt. Everest with Krakauer when I read Into Thin Air.
I read this book on audio and I thought it was well suited for that format. There is a lot of architecture talk and I was prepared, but I do like learning about architecture.
It blows my mind that there was a time where a man could kill possibly hundreds of people and get away with it for a long time. Was this the United States that was great? I don‘t think so.
Wow! This memoir was eye opening. Scientology is so mysterious but Leah Remini describes how people get started in it, what happens when they stay, and why it‘s hard to leave. I appreciate her candor and her narrating voice.
This is a photo of my winter spice pup.
This book was light, gossipy, comedic, and perfect as my final book of 2018!
I wish I had been able to finish a few more but 17 was my count for this year; exclusively print books. Two of the hardest semesters of my program were this year and I got married so I was a little busy! I‘m excited for all 2019‘s books