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THE SCIENCE OF SUPER HEROES (and Other Great Books Today’s Transcendence Readers are Reading…)

10 October 2011 No Comment

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Just the other day, I asked the the facebook fanpage “What are you currently reading?,” and got some VERY interesting responses. Apparently, my readers are into EVERYTHING, so take a look and see if any of the titles catch your eye:





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Where to Get These:

I thought you’d be interested to see if there’s any common literary tastes between you and OTHER people who enjoy this blog, so here’s a link to all the titles I actually could find. (Don’t forget you can share whatever’s on your shelf in the comment section below too):



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“Hunter Thompson (author of Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail) was a journalist who rewrote the book on journalism: he was almost completely subjective, wrote from the gut, and disses everybody in politics like they deserve to be dissed…”



From Science to God was written by a physicist, describing his personal struggle to bring science and spirit together…”



(The Case for Father Custody by Daniel Amneus was also recommended, but Amazon wouldn’t let me put it in the widget for some reason. Check out some of my personal recommendations or my post 4 Simple Tips to Get Yourself Reading Again for more.)




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