Winter In Sokcho by Elisa Shua Dusapin

In a resort town on the border of North and South Korea in deep Winter, a French-Korean receptionist at a guesthouse meets a graphic novelist from France. Immediately drawn to him, she agrees to shown him around her town and hopes that he will not just see the town as she sees it, but also …

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In Defense Of Elitism by Joel Stein

"Why I am better than you and you are better than someone who didn't buy this book." That's the tagline on the cover, and that made me laugh, so then I wanted to read it. I think this one is intentionally polarizing and decidedly trying to annoy some people with it's cover design (ok, and …

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Love People Use Things by Joshua Fields Milburn & Ryan Nicodemus

The authors of this book make up a pair called The Minimalists, who started a blog together and later a successful podcast about decluttering and simplifying your life. This book is partly their memoir of growing up under difficult circumstances and not having much, to leading lives of debt and unhappiness. At this point they …

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