Book Review: The Power of Others by Michael Bond

I saw the bright yellow copy ofĀ The Power of OthersĀ sitting on a shelf of new releases at theĀ library. I didn't recognize the title, butĀ I hoped that it was on aĀ topic I am very interested in right now, how individuals have influence over one another, our actions, and our ideas. Sure enough, the subtitle assured me … Continue reading Book Review: The Power of Others by Michael Bond

Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Yesterday, someone asked me if Paper TownsĀ isĀ a love story, and my immediate reaction was, "No, not at all." They responded with, "Well, the movie looks like it's about a love story," and I realized that I might have thought so too, if I had read the bookĀ any earlier than I did. It's been said that … Continue reading Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

The Last Lecture

The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch with Jeffrey Zaslow I hope everyone that I know reads this book. I heard aboutĀ The Last Lecture,Ā but had not yet seen the video when I decided to read the book.Ā  I had wanted to read the book since it was released back in April. Ā I often saw it on the … Continue reading The Last Lecture

Book Review: A Dog Among Diplomats by J.F. Englert

A Dog Among Diplomats, J. F. Englert In this second installment of J. F. Englert's Bull Moose Dog Run Mystery series, the lovable Labrador of a main character and narrator, Randolph, takes us on an exciting journey through not only the bustling streets of New York City, but also into a much greater and dangerous … Continue reading Book Review: A Dog Among Diplomats by J.F. Englert