Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, by Junot Diaz

Why this book: Selected by my literature reading group. One of our members had read it and loved it. Also, it continues our recent trend of reading Pulitzer Prize winners. Summary in 3 Sentences: The book follows a family back … Continue reading

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Leadership in Balance: The Fulcrum-Centric Plan for Emerging and High Potential Leaders, by Mike Lerario

Why this book: It was selected by our All American Leadership reading group as our bi-monthjly selection.  Also, the author, Mike Lerario is part of our team. Summary in 3 sentences:  As he notes on the cover, Mike wrote this … Continue reading

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Man’s Search for Meaning, by Viktor Frankl

Why this Book: Though all of us had read it before, my three-person reading group agreed to read this wonderful little book again.   By Man’s Search for Meaning, I refer to his  Experiences in a Concentration Camp (about 100 … Continue reading

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