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  • 2 Mar, 2013

    Wilder Life is a favorite at our house, as well.

  • 2 Mar, 2011

    I have just started reading the Happiness Project. So far it is very good and enlightening. I have to agree for summar reading I would like something light, and happy to read. Try the Happiness Project, It's a wonderful study on what makes people happy. It's worth the read!! Bonus: It just came out in paperback.

  • 26 Jan, 2011

    The last amazing book I read was called Hera: Book One of the Goddess Chronicles by Julien Longo. (You can find it on Amazon) It's about how the Greek Gods and Goddess became immortal and is told from Hera's perspective. It's sooo fun and full of wisdom, mysticism, and sacred feminine topics. I highly recommend it!

  • 20 Oct, 2010

    I thought I was the only one who found this reading list depressing! I am glad I am not alone. I am an avid reader and I am always searching for a good book any how I decided to give 'Lonely: A Memoir' a try!

  • 13 Jul, 2010

    Horrible reading list! I'm fine with dark depressing topics, but this list is horrible. Would have preferred something more up lifting, or body, health, mind conscious. A simple list would have included something with more current affairs like Omnivore's Dilemma or Eating Animals.

  • 10 Jul, 2010

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who was thinking this list sucks. I recommend "Silky Dreamgirl" by Cris Burks. Or anything by Lisa Scottoline.

  • 5 Jul, 2010

    Wow!! I agree - something light

  • 5 Jul, 2010

    This is s a terrible Summer Reading List. Why not ask someone who actually reads in the summer for their list next time? Summer reading is all about feeling good, happy endings, and maybe a little romance. Not life and death, cancer and lonliness. Can we not escape,at least for the sumnmer?

  • 5 Jul, 2010

    this is not wellness and summer living!

  • 5 Jul, 2010

    Ditto.

  • 5 Jul, 2010

    agree, not very fun, summer reading selections!

  • 29 Jun, 2010

    Ten generally dark, depressing topics and stories. A better cross section would be more appealing.

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