Thank you for taking  a moment to visit my blog.  I’m following in the footsteps of someone I know.  He took his dream, and he went with it.  Not to make money, but just to enjoy life, and just to see how far his dream could go.  I like to read, and I like to share that reading with others, so here’s my attempt at enjoying life, and seeing how far something can go.  These reviews are not intended to convince you to read or not to read any particular book.  I think the value of each book can only be determined by the reader, since we all have different preferences, and even different purposes for reading.  My idea behind these reviews is to try and present the purpose or main idea of a book, and then to explain whether or not I thought the author did a good job attaining this purpose.  I read and review both fiction and non-fiction books from many different genres.  I do all of these reviews of my own will, on my own time, and for free.  Please feel free to leave comments if you have read the book, or if you have found a review helpful.  Don’t hesitate!  Opinions that differ from mine are welcome too.  I’ll probably write other things on here too, of the random variety.  Feel free to enjoy them or to disregard them, to comment, or not to comment.


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