Since I didn't finish this, I won't rate it officially but here's what I would rate it. Use one, a few, or all of these books to find support, guidance, and inspiration along the way. Of course, this is no fault of the author. Which book will you read first?! I remember licking dew off a blade of grass and then questioning the likelyhood, at a veterinary clinic, that it was dew. But when she fails her first chemistry test, she begins to question everything. A normal brain has to be different compared to a procrastinator's brain.
The design and illustrations are awesome. This has made me also think about things as I believe if I could have re-done University I would have studied English Lit and gone on to that side of life. The book offers great insight into what causes a person to achieve greatness. I enjoyed the sizzling hot romance between Hannah and Ben and I enjoyed the rest of the characters as well. Whether going on to college or not.
I think it is the perfect book to read when you are about to start a new chapter of your life. But it is a nice, easy, sweet read that I'd recommend when I say 'easy', I mean it; I've finished it in one-sitting during an afternoon. Sangeet Choudary , Marshall Van Alstyne and Geoffrey Parker collaborated on this that is the best distillation of the modern digital business world I have read. As we follow their separate lives, Americanah becomes a meditation on who we are when we go to strange places and when we return home, and how racism and classism are inescapable. A bright orange book with a stupid cliched title written by two men who together call themselves Benrik. A bright orange book with a stupid cliched title written by two men who together call themselves Benrik. I was attached to this story and these characters.
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It definitely gives a positive message. Is the year ahead looking much the same as the last? I loved the other characters as well. I fell in love with it. And for the first time, he knows what it means to truly want something. My younger self found much comfort in knowing that the love my parents had for me as a child, and I for them, was not something anyone could ever outgrow.
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