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Interesting Books to Read over Spring Break

Updated on March 27, 2014

One More Thing by B.J. Novak

This is a collection of short stories by B.J. Novak. Some are really short (3 lines) and some are a few pages. The nice aspect of this book is that it is a collection of stories, so if you have small chunks of time, you can get through a story or two and not lose the plot line.

Some of the stories are wonderful, some are not so wonderful. But, I will say, that they all have a moral at the end of them, even if you hate the story.

That being said, stick through the stories you do not like. They will surprise you in the end.

A cute little book that is good for days when you have a lot of distractions.

Still Life With Bread Crumbs

Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen

This author writes good books, I will say. This story starts off with a divorced woman moving to a run down cabin in the middle of nowhere. What occurs next is the rediscovering of her purpose in life and deciding what she would like to do.

It is a little long in some parts, but honestly, it is a really good story about finding purpose in your life.

The Four Doors by Richard Paul Evans

This is a little book, which will not take you long to read. It is good for a plane ride or a day sitting in the car. But, the words in there will stay with you for a long time.

It is an inspirational book that will help you open doors in your life.

Private L.A.

Private L.A. by James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

The Private series by Patterson is pretty good. There are twists and turns and some events that you cannot predict. The are worth reading.

This books was a little predictable, but it did have some events that I did not see coming, which is always a nice surprise.

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