Friday, December 17, 2010


“ZombieStop Parade” by Richard Buzzell is a book about two people that try to use a forum to shed light on just how corrupt the corporate world along with the banks can be. It goes into details on how work in the corporate world needs to change. A lot of the things written in this book are true and have already happened in the business world.

I found this book to be completely engaging and most interesting. I found myself not being able to put this book down. Richard Buzzell explains his thoughts on the mess that the corporate world has made with some of the CEO’s need for greed. I think the people of our country need to read this book and help force the changes that need to be made.



“Bad Girl Gone Mom” is the true life story of K. C. Lauer. She openly talks about her alcohol abuse in her teen years and how her sexual relationships failed when she felt she wasn’t being loved enough.

In a lot of ways I could relate with the things that K. C. Lauer wrote. I loved how she opened herself to the world in this way. I imagine there are lots of girls and women that will relate to the instances that the author put forth in this story which have made her who she is today.

I felt that this book was extremely well written and being written from the heart made it all very believable and sympathetic to women every where with these issues.


Thursday, December 2, 2010

RICH AND LOST IN PROSPERIA A Tropical Tale of Market Economics” by Doramas Jorge-Calderon

I don't read many books which seem to fit between the rankings. “Rich and Lost in Prosperia A Tropical Tale of Market Economics” by Doramas Jorge-Calderon happens to sit right between what I would consider a good book and a great read. While I give him credit for genuinely taking a creative and interesting approach to his subject, I feel that the work reads as though the bulk of the creative writing came as an after thought. The choice of character names gave me unwanted pause several times. Still, as an alternative to text books or lectures, Prosperia holds its own. Despite its shortcomings as a work of fiction, I am very glad to have had the chance to read it.
3.5 OF 5