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So what's on your Kindle/Nook/iPad/actual bookshelf right now?
I just finished "Gideon's Corpse" from Preston and Child. They write some great thrillers. This isn't one of their best, but it was entertaining.
I just read Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand - excellent WWII story, and it is based on a true story.
I've heard that's an excellent read. :)
That was a great book! I was really surprised since it is a secular book that it had a reference to Billy Graham and how he changed his life!
Sounds like a lot of good words being shared about this one. :)
I finished reading Think & Grow Rich, So You Don't Want To Go To Church Anymore, Secrets of The Millionaire Mind, and E-Myth Revisited.
I'm currently reading...
- "Midnight Sun" The unpublished and unfinished story of Twilight from Edward's point of view
- Mocking Jay - Final book from The Hunger Games
- Steve Jobs biography
- Ruthless Trust by Brennan Manning
- Tribes by Seth Godin (reading again)
- Preparing your son for every man's battle
i just finished a book call Life in a Jar-the Irene Sendler Project. A story of three Protestant girls from Kansas, a Polish Catholic Irena Sendler and the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. It is the story of courage in the face of overwhelming odd and oppression. I recommend this book for anyone 11 or older especially if you are a fan of the Anne Frank story.
Slow reading through A Praying Live by Paul Miller
Listening to Forever by Pet Hamill
Next up to listen to is Trusting God by Jerry Bridges
Really getting into the Evernight series. I know, another vampire book, but I find them more interesting than Twilight, and I can relate to the main character more. Also, the Hunger Games (duh) and anything by Jodi Picoult :D
Lately I have read, or am currently reading:
Beautiful Outlaw - John Eldredge
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind - T. Harv Eker (on Cliff's suggestion)
Entreleadership - Dave Ramsey
The Art of Voice Acting - James R. Alburger
I'm currently reading three books.
1) He Loves Me - Wayne Jacobsen
2) Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kyosaki
3) Mocking Jay - Suzanne Collins
I'm reading The Seven-Day Weekend: Changing the Way Work Works by Ricardo Semler.
Ricardo Semler is a Brazilian entrepreneur and I love his original attitude to business.
I have recently started The Game of Thrones but this series is going to take some time. There are 7 books at 1000+ pages per novel!