Artículos de la Categoría " Book Review- El Libro de la Semana "



  • <!--:es-->Will Global Competition Destroy the American Middle Class?
“The World Isn’t Flat, It’s Tilted” 
Claims New Book<!--:-->

    Will Global Competition Destroy the American Middle Class? “The World...

    Across the country, a growing number of Americans fear that they could be replaced by someone from a developing country. Recent polls indicate that millions of Americans are preoccupied with the outsourcing of American jobs and the threat of global economic competition. From board rooms to class rooms to kitchen tables and water coolers, globalization has become a hot topic of discussion and debate everywhere.

    Thomas Friedman’s recent New York Times Bestselling book, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century, asserts that the international economic playing…


  • <!--:es-->BOOK REVIEW: Delving Into the Mind of Another: What was John thinking?<!--:-->

    BOOK REVIEW: Delving Into the Mind of Another: What...

    (BANDERA, Texas) Double entendres, metaphors, allegories, similes—literature is full of them and the Bible is no exception. For years, scholars have been trying to decipher the meaning of the book of Revelations or trying to find historical evidence that events in the Bible actually did take place. Bob Jamison, retired minister, unveils the mystery behind the disciple John’s gospel in What Was John Thinking?

    Jamison states: “Most of us have engaged in a meaningless conversation about what Jesus would say to the church if He returned to earth today or what the apostle Paul would say…


  • Crónicas Malditas!

    Crónicas malditas es el libro inmediato posterior a la conmoción causada por La Jefa, la asombrosa radiografía de la mujer, hoy por hoy, con más influencia en la casa presidencial: Marta Sahagún de Fox. Wornat no tuvo empacho en desmontar los mecanismos del poder y en poner al desnudo los entresijos psicológicos de quienes gobiernan hoy a México, o al menos pretenden gobernarlo.

    En este nuevo libro, escrito con el característico vigor de la periodista argentina, México ocupa un lugar central. El lector podrá encontrar aquí no sólo las consecuencias que para Olga Wornat tuvo…


  • <!--:es-->Review de la Semana<!--:-->

    Review de la Semana

    Santa Monica, CA :Brad and Jen split after five years of seemingly blissful marriage. Speculation rages over how long Britney and Kevin (who just entered the less-than-sexy world of new parenthood) and Tom and Katie (whose relationship seems a bit too, well, intense) will last. Call it Tabloid Love. It’s sudden. Sexy. Superheated. Short-lived. And, all of us watching such relationships explode and fizzle from our grocery store lines and living room sofas should learn a thing or two.

    So how does one begin? Well, here are just a few of Susan’s many suggestions excerpted from The Feel…


  • LIBROS: Review de la Semana

    BODY OF DIMINISHING MOTION is the second title from LaurelBooks, CavanKerry’s Literature of Illness imprint, which features poetry and prose that explore the many poignant issues associated with confronting serious physical and/or psychological illness. Collecting poems and a prose memoir by Joan Seliger Sidney, this poignant, life-affirming volume speaks to the author’s experiences living with multiple sclerosis for four decades, as well as her personal legacy as the daughter of a strong-willed Holocaust survivor.

    “BODY OF DIMINISHING MOTION makes a rare conjunction between the…


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