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America Books History Reviews

Daring to read, think, speak and write – “The Education of John Adams” Reviewed

“Let us dare to read, think, speak and write.”

John Adams, “A Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law”

John Adams took his last breath on July 4, 1826, on the fiftieth anniversary of his – and his fellow revolutionaries’ – greatest achievement.

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The Pierznik Monthly Newsletter Volume 56 (June 2019)

The June 2019 newsletter includes my thoughts on fireworks, exercising, Buffalo hip-hop, and, of course, books.

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The Pierznik Monthly Volume 27

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The August 2016 edition of my monthly reading review newsletter.

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The Pierznik Monthly Volume 26

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The July 2016 edition of my monthly reading review newsletter.

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Books

What One Book Would You Recommend?

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Mostly Books on Bainbridge Street in Philadelphia, PA. Photo via Christopher Pierznik
I love books. If I ever live alone again, I probably won’t have a living room or a bedroom, just a bathroom, kitchen, and a giant library, one full of leather-bound books that would smell of rich mahogany.

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The Pierznik Monthly Volume 25

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The latest edition of my monthly reading review newsletter.

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The Pierznik Monthly Volume 24 (April, 2016)

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The latest edition of my monthly reading review newsletter.

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Christopher Pierznik is the author of eight books, all of which can be purchased in paperback and Kindle. His work has appeared on XXL, Cuepoint, Business Insider, Medium, The Cauldron, and many more. Subscribe to his monthly reading review newsletter or follow him on Facebook or Twitter.

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Books

A Book Detailing the Rise of Humans Changed My View of Life

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A “quake book” is one that shakes your foundation and alters your worldview. After you finish it, you are fundamentally changed.

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Books Reviews

A Character-Driven Book Unlike Anything I’ve Ever Read: “Thirty-Three Cecils” Reviewed

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When people know that you read a lot or they always see you with a book in your hand, it becomes an easy topic of conversation. Questions such as, “What are you reading?” and “How’s that book?” are heard frequently. Most people are genuinely curious, not only to know if you like the book, but also if they will like it.

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Books Knowledge Learning Opinion Writing

5 Books That Everyone Loved but I Loathed

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Book lovers are like fans of anything else. They’re quick to offer their opinions and proud when you agree, but often upset when you don’t.