Book Review: Living with Intent – Mallika Chopra

Title: Living with Intent: My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace, and Joy Author: Mallika Chopra ISBN: 9780804139854 (Print) Run Time: 5 Hours, 34 Minutes Release Date: April 7, 2015 Publisher: Random House Audio Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir, Self-Help Source: Publisher Summary Mallika Chopra, daughter of famed wellness expert Deepak Chopra, tried to put her father’s […]

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12 Books to Read if You’re Interested in America’s Space History

I’m an unapologetic space and NASA geek, and I’ve read dozens of books on the subject. Whether you want a comprehensive view of American spaceflight (read the books in order) or just a taste (pick one or two), these are the books you need to check out. (1) The Right Stuff – Tom Wolfe This […]

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Book Review: Cycle of Lies – Juliet Macur

Title: Cycle of Lies: The Fall of Lance Armstrong Author: Juliet Macur ISBN:9780062277220 Pages: 480 Release Date: March 4, 2014 Publisher: Harper Genre: Biography Source: Personal Copy Summary Lance Armstrong was once the American hero of cycling, brought down by his admission of doping. Or was he? Juliet Macur, a New York Times journalist who […]

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Book Review: There Was and There Was Not – Meline Toumani

Title: There Was and There Was Not: A Journey through Hate and Possibility in Turkey, Armenia, And Beyond Author: Meline Toumani ISBN: 9780805097627 Pages: 304 Release Date: November 4, 2014 Publisher: Metropolitan Books Genre: Memoir Source: Publisher Summary Meline Toumani is a young Armenian American woman whose cultural heritage has been defined by the genocide […]

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