The Worst Times Are the Best Times #Review #theworsttimesarethebesttimes


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The Worst Times Are the Best Times is an honest look at growing up struggling with the world working against you and finding a way to the life you dreamed for yourself. It’s the unique story of N.C. Central University Head Basketball Coach LeVelle Moton overcoming the challenges of boyhood in low-income neighborhoods of Boston and Raleigh N.C., and using those personal experiences to provide valuable perspective for young people today.

No Land’s Man: A Perilous Journey through Romance, Islam, and Brunch by Aasif Mandvi Review & Giveaway #Review

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No Land’s Man: A Perilous Journey through Romance, Islam, and Brunch by Aasif Mandvi

“My father moved our family to the United States because of a word. It was a word whose meaning fascinated him. It was a singularly American word, a fat word, a word that could only be spoken with decadent pride. That word was . . . Brunch! ‘The beauty of America,’ he would say, ‘is they have so much food, that between breakfast and lunch they have to stop and eat again.'”
—from “International House of Patel”

This is a book filled with passion, discovery, and humor. Mandvi hilariously and poignantly describes a journey that will resonate with anyone who has had to navigate his or her way in the murky space between lands. Or anyone who really loves brunch.

Scroll down the page to learn more about this book and WIN a digital copy of No Land’s Man: A Perilous Journey through Romance, Islam, and Brunch Audiobook by Aasif Mandvi from Audible.com.

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