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review 2018-12-10 19:34
The Naked Millionaire: The Ultimate Fast-Track Guide to Wealth, Freedom and Fulfillment
The Naked Millionaire: The Ultimate Fast-Track Guide to Wealth, Freedom and Fulfillment - David Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't necessarily believe that there is such a thing as a fast-lane towards wealth and abundance, for there's no such thing as overnight success, but if you study and analyze successful people who have made it in their lives by creating and starting a successful business venture, long enough, you get to see that each and everyone of them knew how to manage their time and how to plan two steps ahead. And this wonderful book will help you manage your time and plan two steps ahead for as long as you shall be involved into it and follow its author's advice.

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review 2018-12-10 03:59
Not merry nor funny...
Holidays on Ice - David Sedaris

Holidays on Ice - David Sedaris 

 

I was looking for something to listen during the Holidays and this was recommended to me. I tried, I really did but half way in and more than merry this was compendium of bitterness and bad jokes. I know it supposed to be "dark" humor, and believe me, I can appreciate dark humor but this one never hit the mark. Definitely not for me

 

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review 2018-12-10 02:20
The Epic Adventures of Huggie & Stick
The Epic Adventures of Huggie & Stick - Drew Daywalt,David Spencer
What a hilarious book! This is the best Drew Daywalt book I have read. I found myself laughing out loud as I read this book. The illustrations are just as entertaining as the text as this duo takes quite an adventure together.
 
I’m not sure who I like better in this book, Huggie or Stick. Huggie and Stick spend most of their day in the backpack of Reese, a little boy, as he goes about his day. One day, the pair find themselves falling out of Reese’s backpack and their story begins.
 
Just thinking about this book makes me laugh. Stick is having the time of his life as they try to find their way home. Stick is thrilled and amazed with their adventures. He’s delighted and excited about everything they encounter. He sees everything through rose-colored glasses. Huggie, on the other hand is just the opposite. Huggie’s sarcastic tones and his familiarity with these events, puts their travels into perspective. I found myself reading this book multiple times as it’s hilarious the way that each character describes the world they see. Ironically, they both are correct.
 
This is a large square book and the illustrations are wonderfully done. Using glossy paper, these bright illustrations pop-out and I could feel the energy of Stick as he enjoyed this journey and looking at Huggie, I knew exactly how he felt as he listened and watched Stick in each encounter.
 
What a gem! This book is worth more than 5 stars, I really love it! It comes with a glowing recommendation.
(I read some reviews after I wrote mine and see that some people didn't like some of the language in the book.  You need to know your audience and I wasn't offend by the language.  If you look at circumstances of that line, Stick "broke his fall" he was saving his friend, things happen.  Good parenting/teaching moment.)
 
“BEST trip ever!” “Today we were rescued by these nice guys in super awesome hats.” “Huggie kinda barfed on the one with the biggest hat and they had us try out their diving board.” (Stick) “WORST trip ever.” “Today we were captured by pirates.” “I got seasick on their captain, then they made us walk the plank.” (Huggie)

 

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text 2018-12-08 23:41
Just starting for booklikes YA Book Club
A Beautiful Friendship - David Weber

Just starting.  A favorite author -- but not one I would associate with YA.

 

For booklikes book club at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/12/ya-book-club 

Source: booklikes.com/book-clubs/12/ya-book-club
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text 2018-12-08 20:35
Reading progress update: I've read 170 out of 371 pages.
Straight Outta Tombstone - Sam Knight,David Boop

the parade of entertaining tales continues - loved ‘The Greatest Guns in the Galaxy’ maybe best of all, which is saying something. and will that last? can they get even better?

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