ec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kelly

Publication Date: March 5, 2012

 

Eec·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kellyc·o·nom·ics: a simple twist on normalcy by Kersten Kelly is a nonfiction book about economics that outlines basic principles with relatable examples relevant to current life. This is not, under normal circumstances, a book I would have ever picked to read on my own. I was asked, by the author, to read this book and post an honest review.

 

 

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Life by Keith Richards and James Fox

Publication Date: October 26, 2010 (Kindle Edition)

 

Life by Keith Richards and James FoxLife by Keith Richards and James Fox is a memoir. Keith Richards was born in 1943 in Dartford, Kent as the only child of Bert and Doris. He is the guitar player in the band the Rolling Stones. He is notorious for his drug use and also for the claim that the strangest thing he ever snorted was his father’s ashes. This book is about his life, the Rolling Stones, his drug use and everything else he thinks to talk about. Spoiler alert, he comes out of Life alive.

 

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