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September Book Suggestions

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Chris Irwin D.
chrisirwindavis
Group Organizer
Richardson, TX
Post #: 62
The theme for August is "Self Improvement / Self-help / Relationships".

Please suggest a book here on this thread that you would be interested to see featured and discussed. Include the name and author of the book and a link on a website like Goodreads or Amazon

The book you suggest should be readable in one month or less and be less than about 350 pages. Keep in mind cost and availability when recommending a book.
A former member
Post #: 4
It happens that I am currently reading
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael A. Singer.
200 pages
For a taste of Singer's style, I suggest going to the Amazon site and reading a sample.
billw
user 8740751
Dallas, TX
Post #: 1
"The Locust Effect. Why the end of poverty requires the end of violence". 2014. 281p.

This guy says something stunningly simple: that common criminals, bullies, are the cause of poverty. Too simple! Can't be true! Or can it?
Chris Irwin D.
chrisirwindavis
Group Organizer
Richardson, TX
Post #: 63
"The Locust Effect. Why the end of poverty requires the end of violence". 2014. 281p.

This guy says something stunningly simple: that common criminals, bullies, are the cause of poverty. Too simple! Can't be true! Or can it?
Amazon Link
http://www.amazon.com...­


Chris Irwin D.
chrisirwindavis
Group Organizer
Richardson, TX
Post #: 64
"The Locust Effect. Why the end of poverty requires the end of violence". 2014. 281p.

This guy says something stunningly simple: that common criminals, bullies, are the cause of poverty. Too simple! Can't be true! Or can it?
Amazon LInk

http://www.amazon.com...­


Chris Irwin D.
chrisirwindavis
Group Organizer
Richardson, TX
Post #: 65
Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
Amazon Link

http://www.amazon.com...­

At age 30, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus left their six-figure careers, jettisoned most of their possessions, and started focusing on life’s five most important aspects.
Debuted #1 on Amazon

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