Monthly Archives: January 2013

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

I picked up An Abundance of Katherines after a friend suggested it to me. I went in kind of knowing what I should expect because I had previously read Looking for Alaska, also by John Green. An Abundance of Katherines … Continue reading

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Start Something That Matters by Blake Mycoskie

I had already heard of the book Start Something That Matters because TOMS is basically my second signature “Izzy Shoe” (after Birkenstocks, of course), but I had never really had the initiative to pick it up because I’m not really … Continue reading

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The Christmas Flyer by Joseph Francis Skovira

I read The Christmas Flyer over a two day period: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The book, set in the late 1960s on Long Island, tells the story of a young boy who is questioning his faith in the Christmas … Continue reading

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