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David Hollingsworth has commented on (11) products.

The Customer Is Always Wrong: The Retail Chronicles by Jeff Martin
The Customer Is Always Wrong: The Retail Chronicles

David Hollingsworth, October 25, 2008

A very honest, close-to-home study of the really psychotic world of retail.
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Take the Cannoli: Stories from the New World by Sarah Vowell
Take the Cannoli: Stories from the New World

David Hollingsworth, October 11, 2008

Powell has created a coolly crafted, down-to-earth piece of storytelling about how society really lives in America. She has a knack for satirical undertones that could, or should be considered very rare in American literature.
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A Twist of Lemmon: A Tribute to My Father by Chris Lemmon
A Twist of Lemmon: A Tribute to My Father

David Hollingsworth, August 28, 2008

An incredible read of a man who was not only one of the greatest actors of all-time, but who was also a dedicated father to his son, and it is filled with amazing antidotes from the people who knew him best, especially his son. If you're a dedicated pop-culture fanatic like I am, then you should read this book.
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When I Knew by Robert Trachtenberg
When I Knew

David Hollingsworth, June 20, 2008

This a very complex book about many people's worst fear: coming out, and it's told from very realistic point-of-views from the names you all know, but the lives you've never known.

As a person who has the same fear, I found it very hard to put down. Many people like me can read it, and feel good about who they are, even when living in a time of never-ending sexual prejudice.
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Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence by Paul Feig
Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence

David Hollingsworth, April 6, 2008

A disturbingly comical journey into the often horrifying phase of youth, which is also ironic because everyone of us has had many unbearable experiences with growing up. Everyone who reads this book will see themselves as the main character, who is trying to survive his own life by dealing with his own personal hell to get where he is today.
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