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Cause Celeb

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This book was entertaining and thought provoking. Not just your average chick lit. As someone who has visited a third world country intending to "help", it really hit home.
Anne of Ingleside

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Not as good as the first.
Anne of Ingleside

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Not as good as the first.
Life of Pi

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This book was a thinker. One of the best I have read in years. I still find myself coming back to it again and again trying to figure it all out.
A Walk In The Woods: The World's Funniest Travel Writer Takes a Hike

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Oh! How I laughed. Bill's narrative reads like an old school pal.
The Way of Ping: Journey to the Great Ocean

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This is an excellent book to give as a gift to someone in transition. It reminds me a little of "Who Moved My Cheese" but has a more "Zen" slant. Liked it. Would read more by this authorIf you like books like the Alchemist, Jonathan Livingston Seagull or fables with a life lesson, then this is the book for you.
The Secret of Water

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Although this is a children's book, it is one of the most fascinating I have ever read. It opened up a huge can of worms in questioning the way I think.
How Shall I Tell the Dog?: And Other Final Musings

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It's really hard to fault a dead author but to be honest, I found this just so sad. Yes, there is a humour to it, definitely, but ultimately we know what happens in the end and that casts a dark shadow.
Slapstick

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My absolute favourite Vonnegut novel. Satire-light, if you will. Totally digestable humour with a lesson.
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