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Friday, September 18, 2009

Reading: Generation Me

Generation Me, by, Jean M. Twenge Ph.D

Classification: non-fiction and essays

First Impression: An insightful look on "why today's young Americans are more confident, assertive, entitled--and more miserable than ever before" by a young American Ph.D. that knows a lot more on the subject than I do. And yes, I know I stole that right from the cover, but after reading a bit into the book, it seems to sum it up pretty well.

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PrettySiren said...

That sounds like something I would love to read. I'm so geeky, I enjoy essays.

Andddd, btw, I *LOVE* your background. It's awesome.

AmberInGlass said...

Hey, thanks. I gotta say, Generation Me is pretty interesting, but I think it's going to take me a while to get through. Normally, a couple books at once, but The Name of the Wind is just demanding my attention right now. :D

Nishant said...

I'm so geeky, I enjoy essays.

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