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PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives

3 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Frank Warren

"A fascinating public airing of private thoughts. . . The range of efforts (meticulous, sloppy, artful, ponderous) will astound you." --– TIME.com, "50 Coolest Websites of 2005"    "Humanity at its finest . . . And because of … see full wiki

Author: Frank Warren
Genre: Arts & Photography, Health, Mind & Body, Entertainment
Publisher: William Morrow
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review by . August 27, 2008
Pros: Completely engrossing and an amazing look at humanity     Cons: (Only if you can't handle some of the subject matter)     The Bottom Line: Have a secret? Tell it - to Frank Warren. It's a great way of letting go and putting your secret out into the world without anyone knowing...     For about a year after seeing the first PostSecret book by Frank Warren, I finally opened it up to find out just *what* was in it. I was surprised by …
review by . May 24, 2008
I've been a fan of the PostSecret site for awhile now. It's a project started by Frank Warren back in late 2004 involving blank postcards. He spread them around and asked people to share a secret on the card, decorate it as they saw fit, and then mail it anonymously to him. In short order, the project took on a life of its own, and Warren started receiving cards and letters from around the world. The book PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives is a full-color compilation of some …
review by . August 07, 2007
This has got to be the most unusual book I have read; almost 300 pages of secrets. People from all over and all walks of life mailed in post cards sharing their secrets with Frank Warren, then eventually with everyone who chose to pick up his book.    There are secrets about everything from masturbation, rape, adultery, hatred, love, children, loneliness and more. Some secrets are sad, others disturbing, some are funny and silly, others are loving; it is amazing how one sentence …
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