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What’s Eating Us?

🌟🌟🌟🌟 β€œIt’s only when we feel safe, not judged, not crazy, that a lot of other people feel some of the exact same things, that we can better identify what we are really feeling, and what we really need. We can better hear our own voice. And not just with…

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This House of Grief

🌟🌟🌟🌟1/2 A true-crime recounting of the horrific events on Father’s Day, Sept 4, 2005, in Winchelsea, Australia, which resulted in the drowning of three children - Jai, Tyler, and Bailey Farquharson - and the trial of their father, Robert Farquharson. Told in the first person by a journalist, herself a…

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Being Henry

πŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸ’« A warm and remarkably candid memoir shared by the man who became a TV sensation as Arthur Fonzarelli aka β€œThe Fonz”, a role so iconic many of us have come to equate the actor with the TV persona himself. Henry Winkler however, as we see clearly here, is quite…

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Unspeakable Acts

🌟🌟🌟🌟 An interesting and intelligent anthology of essays covering the stories, analysis and commentary of a number of excellent true-crime writers. The authors consider many aspects, including but not limited to the traditional true-crime narrative, as they unpack societal influences and larger issues surrounding crime and its encapsulation in media,…

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A Heart That Works

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 A devastatingly intimate memoir, written by American writer and actor Rob Delaney, recounting the sudden and shattering tragic illness of his baby boy, Henry, during the family’s brief hiatus in London, England, where the author taped a TV series (a terrible and horrific pairing of a career-altering incredible opportunity…

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Regenerative Health

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 A comprehensive and non-intimidating guide, written by the combined expertise of a registered dietician and an M.D, focusing on the optimal care and feeding of what may be the most underrated and indispensable human organ - one’s liver. Extensively cross-referenced and dense with information, recipes, tips and tools, this…

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The skeptics’ guide to the future

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 A big and beautiful book, taking the reader on a fascinating journey through the science of futurism, covering just about every conceivable aspect of technology, real or imagined, and the authors (an academic clinical neurologist and president of the New England Skeptical society) expert opinion on a plausible prediction…

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🌟🌟🌟🌟 1/2 Surprisingly engrossing, despite its prodigious coverage (and perhaps just a tad too lengthy), I listened to the audio version of this book. Read in Prince Harry’s own voice, which is nicely-toned and expressive, lending to the feel of a warm and intimate chat (albeit with a royally-birthed multi-millionaire).…

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I’m glad my mom died

🌟🌟🌟🌟1/2 An engaging memoir (often horrifying), dealing with the crazy, funny, and deeply tragic world of a Nickelodeon TV child actor, Jennette McCurdy, and the hidden depths of the appalling family life that defines her existence. Hard to put down, it’s even harder to imagine some of the things the…

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