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reviewed Funny in Farsi : A Memoir of Growing .... October 24, 2009
   Delightful and accessible, "Funny in Farsi" by Firoozeh Dumas is a look at 1970s America from the eyes of a girl whose family moved here from Iran. She's all-American, having arrived in …
reviewed Good to Great. October 24, 2009
Good to Great
People with MBAs agree this is the one book to read if you wish you had an MBA but know you'll never put that time in.       I recommend getting the book rather than the audiobook …
reviewed St. Augustine. April 01, 2009
St. Augustine
Praised as a progressive genius as well as blamed for Western Christianity's misogyny, St. Augustine deserves our attention. A fantastic conversation today with a friend at work prompted me to stir this …
reviewed The Wall Street Journal. March 25, 2009
      I was a lifelong fan of the WSJ until 9/11 when every headline began having an A-word in it -- anthrax, Afghanistan, and anything related to anxiety. I read less avidly …
reviewed A Thousand Splendid Suns. March 25, 2009
A Thousand Splendid Suns
I have a hardback copy of this book because after admiring "Kite Runner" I couldn't wait for it to come out in paperback. Now I'm so glad to have the sturdier version because I want to go through it again …
reviewed The Pillars of the Earth. March 25, 2009
PIllars of the Earth
The quality of the character development in this book by Ken Follett made me think of Tolstoy.  The first CD is so-so and hard to get into, but by the middle of the 31-disc set I was …
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