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Review of “The Defining Decade” Book by Dr. Meg Jay

The Defining Decade is like having an excellent therapy session.
This book will help any confused twenty-year-old overcome issues they are struggling with, gain more self-confidence and find their path in life.
A recommended read!

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10 Books to Read on Flights

No matter what type it is, flights can be tedious and tiring, and a good book can help the time pass quickly. Below is a list of some books we think are perfect travel companions and are sure to entertain, even on the worst of trips! Read More

“Astrophysics for People in a Hurry” Book Review

“We are stardust brought to life, then empowered by the universe to figure itself out—and we have only just begun.”

That at its core, is what famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson’s latest, NY Times Bestselling book is about.
It is for the non-astrophysicist to begin to understand concepts that are so large and complex and yet are the very reasons the human race exists.

Tyson’s book “Astrophysics for People in a Hurry” travels through time and space, starting with The Big Bang.
He explains how scientists measure the universe, the ways in which everything we know is created, and the wonders that lie beyond our earthly horizons.

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