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Review: Neurologic by Dr. Eliezer J. Sternberg

Have you ever wondered what someone might dream of if they were blind? Would they see anything? How about zombies? Could they drive to work? Can we remember things that never actually happened?

All of these questions, and much, much more are thoroughly answered and explored in Dr. Eliezer J. Sternberg’s, “Neurologic: The Brain’s Hidden Rationale Behind Our Irrational Behavior.”

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Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Late night talk show host, Trevor Noah, shares the touching story of growing up in South Africa during the downfall of apartheid, finding a glimmer of humor in some of the most traumatic childhood experiences in his autobiography, “Born a Crime.”

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The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t: Cutting the Crap and Leaving a Review

“The French Art of Not Giving a Sh*t: Cut the Crap and Live Your Life” is a self-help book by Fabrice Midal, one of the leading meditation teachers in France.

Throughout the book, The author cuts the crap and disspells common myths about meditation as well as sociological structures to guide the reader towards a more fulfilling life.

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