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May 2014 Issue 100 Diagrams That Changed the World
by Scott Christianson
Danny Says:

Why do we need bookstores? Perusing aisles in search of one book, we often stumble across something even better. That was the case with this extraordinary look at the impact of plans, sketches and drawings from cave paintings to the iPod. This one will wrap you up like a mother hugging a long-lost child.

April 2004 Issue 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, The
by John Maxwell
Danny Says:

I know, this sounds like an "academic" book, and I will admit that Maxwell sometimes delves into graphs. However, the majority of the book includes inspirational anecdotes about people from Harriet Tubman to Jaime Escalante. I read this book in three hours, and I now have a better clue as to who deserves my vote for President.

Aug. 2012 Issue 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing, The
by Al Ries & Jack Trout
Danny Says:

Not only is this a quick read filled with excellent tips – it is highly readable! I am astounded how much I enjoy reading this book. Some of the best business books I have read (most, in fact) clock-in at under 250 pages.

Oct. 2009 Issue 25th Hour, The
by David Benioff
Danny Says:

Nothing can be more thrilling than to read a first time novelist who rocks. This story hits every emotion, as it chronicles a convicted drug dealer’s last night on the town with his two best friends before he heads to prison. Plenty of twists ensue, including a biggie that I never saw coming. Fantastic first effort!

Dec. 2005 Issue 700 Sundays
by Billy Crystal
Danny Says:

A journalism professor once told me that it was not enough to be funny. “If you want to be a great writer,” he said, “You need to make people laugh, you need to make people cry and you need to make people think.” Billy Crystal, one of my favorite comedians, writes a touching memoir of his father that makes me yearn to see his Tony award-winning. one-man Broadway show.

July 2013 Issue Abundance
by Peter Diamandis & Steven Kotler
Danny Says:

Don’t let Amazon fool you (it lists the book as 400 pages): the final 150+ pages are notes and references. This book, subtitled “The Future Is Better Than You Think,” will dazzle you with its positive outlook on the world’s state of affairs. Diamandis and Kotler have done their research and compiled a wonderful examination of the future of health care, education, technology and a host of other fields. I found this book to be so fascinating that my friends have grown tired of all the tidbits I have offered from this marvelous text.

May 2003 Issue Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The
by Mark Twain
Danny Says:

Probably the greatest, truest American novel ever written. If this does not relax you, you’re in for a pretty miserable life.

May 2003 Issue All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
by Robert Fulghum
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Short anecdotes of inspiration, humor and philosophy.

Oct. 2003 Issue Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned
by Walter Mosley
Danny Says:

Walter Mosley is one of the most talented writers around, and this collection of stories about Socrates Fortlow is a wonderful look at life in the 'hood. My students could relate to this book, and I found myself very attached to Socrates by book’s end.

Jan. 2006 Issue Ambrose Bierce and the Ace of Shoots
by Oakley Hall
Danny Says:

Readers keep on asking me to include more mystery recommendations, so here is a nice series to keep you busy for a little while (there are five books so far in the series). Ambrose Bierce, of course, was a famous 19th century American journalist, and this latest mystery takes him to Colonel Studley’s Wild West Show in San Francisco. Yup, there’s a murder, and yup, there’s a ton of suspects. Another fun tale in this series narrated by Bierce’s own Dr. Watson-like character, Tom Redmond.

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There are 443 Adult books on 45 pages, 10 books per page.

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