Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power by Steve Coll is a non-fiction book about the influence ExxonMobil yields over world economy and politics. While the book has many aspects of the company’s agenda, whether it be science or politics, with clarity and zest.
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Here's my latest review, Matched by Ally Condie http://www.youngadultbookclub.com/matched-ally-condie-review/
My latest review is What we Keep is not Always What will Stay by Amanda Cockrell
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Love the blog! I added the selection to my reading list! If you get a second, check this out.
I just posted my review of The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict, which I loved. http://fromthebootheelcottonpatch.blogspot.com/2012/05/extraordinar...
My latest review is Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes by Chris Crutcher. It wasn't really my cup of tea, but it might be yours! :)
Here is my latest review for my novella, Underdog, on Amazon.
Scary and disturbing are words that describe this short book about life in a maximum security prison. It is well-written and makes great use of metaphor. The complex problems of putting dangerous people into a corrupt system are clearly pointed out in this great little book. I defy anyone to read this and come away unchanged. I highly recommend this powerful book to anyone with both the brain and a heart.