Archive for July, 2009

I know Jordan already posted about this one, but it was so good, I thought I’d throw my recommendation out there as well (plus I have to get credit for my book this month ;)).  I read this one pretty quickly in my limited time between sleep and work the last couple weeks. I will […]

  This is one of my all-time favorite books.  I first read it in 5th grade and I have read it countless times since then.  It usually gets read when I really want to read a good book and its too late to go to the store or the library.  For some reason, it felt […]

(Now I remember why I took a hiatus from books there for awhile… I have this problem where once I start reading, I’m not good at stopping. I read instead of studying, eating, sleeping….) We often hear the analogy of being “married” to God. So when this author was having relationship issues she did what […]

So I have to admit…I read this book mainly because it has been made into a movie.  I have not seen the movie, but usually when a book is made into a movie, it is probably a good book.  Plus, I have had friends recommend Jodi Picoult to me in the past and this was […]

This is probably the most sarcastic book I have ever read.  Every sentence of its 200+ pages is doused in truthy wit.  If you are a fan of The Colbert Report as I am, you will enjoy this book.  Although we no longer have Comedy Central, this book probably gave me at least a year’s […]

After reading Jesus for President, a book that challenged my faith and proved to be quite convicting, I decided I needed a break from the deep and spiritually-formative genre. I don’t think I could’ve have gone much further in the opposite direction than I did in choosing this New York Times bestseller, a series of […]

This post will age me but I need to add a little background along with my review of this book.   During my younger days (middle school through college) I had many “heated” debates with my friends focused on who who was the best center in the NBA.  I always maintained that Wilt Chamberlain was a better player […]