Monthly Archives: September 2013

We Are Anonymous by Parmy Olson

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It seems like just a little while ago that Anonymous and LulzSec were the darlings of the media. It was a pretty good bet that you’d find something in the news weekly about something or another that LulzSec or Anonymous had just done. While these hacker groups purposely remain anonymous on purpose, we’re still graced with a ‘tell-all’ book that… Read more »

{FC} Not A Drop To Drink by Mindy McGinnis

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{Editor’s Note: The {FC} tag in titles such as this one, and the previously reviewed Scissors indicate a forthcoming title at the time of the review publication.} Not a Drop to Drink is what the spectacular failure Water, Inc. by Varda Burstyn had hoped to be. I haven’t reviewed that book, mainly because I couldn’t finish it at all. But… Read more »

Five Days At Memorial by Sherri Fink

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Five Days at Memorial¬†by Sherri Fink was just published on September 10, 2013. Thanks to the publisher (Crown) – I was able to read an advance digital copy of this book. I can confirm wholeheartedly that it’s earned all the accolades coming its way thus far. An informative page-turner, the struggle with ethics and morality is highlighted throughout the book,… Read more »