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Paul Auster
God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything
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The Book of Tomorrow
Cecelia Ahern
Social Media 101: Tactics and Tips to Develop Your Business Online
Chris Brogan
Understanding the Principles of Organic Chemistry: A Laboratory Course
Steven F. Pedersen, M. Myers
Life After College: The Complete Guide to Getting What You Want
Jenny Blake
A Scanner Darkly
Philip K. Dick
Will Grayson, Will Grayson - John Green,  David Levithan I gave this book five stars because of some wonderful quotes and beautiful messages inside. I don't think it's best written book ever but considering what I've read in past few years it's a breath of fresh air. The story of two Wills which is in fact a story about Tiny. I like the concept but it can be confusing at times. I didn't know much about the book before hand so it took a while until I realized that both stories are being told in parallel and than clashing somewhere in the middle. I like how this book shows similarities in the way we love and how most of us are in some way troubled while we are teens. Well if I can find some other books by Green or Levithan I'll be picking those up and reading to see what else they can write :)