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Book #5: My War

My War: Killing Time in Iraq by Colby Buzzell is an incredible story of one soldier’s tour of duty. He presents a picture that most people would never see in daily life. If you want to fully understand and be engaged with the mind of the modern-day soldier you must read this book. My War … Continue reading

Book #4: God Is Not Great

My last post set up for my next choice on the list perfectly, and I didn’t even plan it. But when I read that article this morning, I knew that now would be the perfect time to talk about God is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens. I know there are a lot of people out … Continue reading

Book #3 : Hearts in Atlantis

I have been a Constant Reader for many years now. Stephen King is the kind of writer I would love to be. He creates characters that anyone can relate to and throws them in absurd, but within reason, situations. He is obviously a fellow lover of words and is a master of the show-don’t-tell principle. … Continue reading

Book 2–Who is John Galt?

I didn’t read Atlas Shrugged in high school. And I’m really glad that I didn’t. I don’t know if it would have made the same impresssion on me. And yes, I think *everyone* should make their way through this massive tome (an impressive 1088 pages in the mass market paperback edition). All I ask is … Continue reading