Sunday, April 8, 2007

I Thought My Father Was God

This book, edited by Paul Auster is a collection of true life stories sollicted from National Public Radio listners for the National Story Project. The stories complied here are short--ranging from a page to around four pages-- and cover a wide range of topics such as love, death, war, families and just about anything else that touches people's lives. It's a lot like sitting a coffee shop with a bunch of strangers as they tell you the most noteworthy story of their lives, some funny, some sad and all of them unique. Great book, also a good gift book.

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