Mountain’s Book Recommendations

By Mountain.Barber|May 26, 2017

The Sculptor, by Scott McCloud This is my single favorite graphic novel, bar none. Death appears to a struggling artist in New York and offers him a deal—he’ll gain the ability to magically sculpt any material with his bare hands,

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations:

By Mountain.Barber|May 1, 2017

The Monkey Wrench Gang, By Edward Abbey Edward Abbey is often referred to as the “Henry David Thoreau of the Desert.” There’s a lot of truth in this comparison, though Edward Abbey was significantly more likely to get in a

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations:

By Mountain.Barber|April 5, 2017

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn. If you’ve ever been annoyed by someone talking about shifting their paradigm, you can thank the physicist and philosopher Thomas Kuhn. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions was the work that introduced the

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Riding the Trail of Tears: A Review.

By Bridge Staff|April 10, 2015

Riding the Trail of Tears is a creative and fun to read novel written by PCC faculty member Blake Hausman, and set in the near future. The protagonist, Tallulah Wilson, is a part-Cherokee guide for the people who buy a

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A Fine Book Steeped in PCC History

By Bridge Staff|December 7, 2014

Is it possible that a single person could be kidnapped twice, die twice, and have a bucket-full of a life between the first of the kidnappings and the last of those deaths?  Without giving too much away, the answer is

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Haiku Book Reviews

By Bridge Staff|December 1, 2012

It’s the end of the term, and the assignments are coming due. It’s time for Haiku Book Reviews!   The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins Katniss, just a girl Who needs to save her sister… Starts revolution   Stone Cold

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