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Book Review: Hidden Valley Road – Inside The Mind Of An American Family

By: Robert Kolker Quite a good book. The author does a great job telling the story of one family with a shocking history of mental illness while also weaving in the challenges of mental disease and the research to find a cure. The story depicts a young couple just after world war II, starting their… Continue reading Book Review: Hidden Valley Road – Inside The Mind Of An American Family

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Book Review Two – Caste The Origins Of Our Discontents

Isabel Wilkerson Caste will be part two of my book review. This book was an excellent read, and the author gives an incredible historical record that is easy to understand, very compelling, and very insightful. The book is more than just informative; it is an excellent account of a topic from a historical perspective in… Continue reading Book Review Two – Caste The Origins Of Our Discontents

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Book Review – “The Loudest Voice In The Room”

The "The Loudest Voice in the Room" by Gabriel Sherman was a fascinating book. I like books that deal with history or people and their accomplishments. I initially decided to read this book because of the Amazon show by the same name. The show was outstanding, but I want to get a bigger picture of… Continue reading Book Review – “The Loudest Voice In The Room”