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Reading Roundup: Feb 2011

Here’s what I read this month. Again, I managed to come across a few that I couldn’t put down.

Couldn’t put down:

  • Necessary Endings:  The Employees, Businesses, and Relationships That All of Us Have To Give Up In Order To Move Forward by Henry Cloud-  Insightful reminder and help on how to let some things go.
  • AWOL On The Appalachian Trail by David Miller- Enjoyable tale of a thirty-something guy who quit his job and hiked the Appalachian Trail.  Unique characters abound in his journey.
  • Detour to Happiness:  An Unexpected Journey by Cyndee Hopkins- Inspirational account of a woman whose husband died unexpectedly, leaving her to raise their four young children.  She talks openly of her frustrations, of how people hurt her, of her anger at God, but also of the immense generosity of others and how God used all of that to bring her to Him.

And the rest (still good):

  • The Peloton by Timm Kolln (such cool photography)
  • Big Hair and Plastic Grass:  A Funky Ride Through Baseball and America in the Swinging ’70s by Dan Epstein
  • The Greatest Trade Ever:  The Behind the Scenes Story of How John Paulson Defied Wall Street and Made Financial History by Gregory Zuckerman
  • The Nearest Exit by Olin Steinhauer
  • The Bloomsday Dead by Adrian McKinty
  • Fifty Grand:  A Novel of Suspense by Adrian McKinty
  • Intelligent Church by Steve Chalke
  • Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus:  How the Jewishness of Jesus Can Transform Your Faith by Ann Spangler
  • Experiencing Leadershift:  Letting Go of Leadership Heresies by Don Cousins
  • One.Life:  Jesus Calls, We Follow by Scott McKnight
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