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Wisdom?

Violence won’t solve a thing. It makes it more challenging to solve, though.


Wisdom?

Violence won’t solve a thing. It makes it more challenging to solve, though.


Lethal People / John Locke

This was an easy read.  I felt like I was reading a man’s journal or maybe listening in on a conversation at a bar while one guy tells another about his last adventure.  It made me smile and next time I need a light read, I’ll pick up the next one in the series.


The Way Of Shadows / Brent Weeks

This is my first book about assassins.  It was like reading a period piece, but without the place really existing. It started great and ended with me wanting to read the second book.  It didn’t grab me by the shorts though and so I wonder what book about assassins would.


The Hunger Games / Suzzanne Collins

I enjoyed the trilogy, but I would never recommend it to the younger audience.  Though the author wrote it for the younger readers, she differs from me in the fact that I believe that children become adults to soon and this story could have been written for the adult audience and kids could read it later.


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