Review: Christopher George
By page three I already had seven friends that I wanted to pass this book onto once I had finished it. However, I wanted the book back, so at this moment I am only planning to ‘BORROW’ it to one friend.
The rest of them can wait until a certain special birthday, or buy it for them selves.
A delightful book with its mix of font’s throughout, irregular type size and hardback cover it’s a graphic nerds dream.
Every Day A Word Surprises Me & Other Quotes By Writers could be interpreted as potentially a prolonged witty publication, containing quotes of the ego and arrogance. But to my surprise I found a collection of over 700 insightful quotes by writers through the ages and from across the globe. With exclusive research discovered in little-known letters, notebooks, memoirs, and other original sources, this carefully curated collection is a go-to resource for inspiring reading on a wide variety of subjects, feelings, and experiences.
I was personally drawn too many of the quotes for their spiritual and psyche awareness along with the openness to the human condition of internal mind games one plays, along with the experience of other's relaying positive and poignant messages in short readable quotes.
The book is brimming with unforgettable lines from novelists, poets, playwrights, and other celebrated writers, both historical and contemporary - from Jane Austin to Julian Barnes, Leo Tolstoy to Patti Smith, Virginia Woolf to Lena Dunham, Henry David Thoreau to Dave Eggers.
In Every Day a Word Surprises Me these luminaries reveal their most insightful thoughts, life lessons, private revelations, and irreverent opinions, which can help, guide us all.
Every Day a Word Surprises Me is one of those rare books containing no images that you will want to come back to time and time again.
203 x 137 mm
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