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A Short History of Significant American Recessions, Depressions and Panics: Why Conservative Economic Theory Does Not Work

"You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover"

I am currently reading "The Warramunga's War" by Greg Kater. Yes, IknowIreada lot. And not just one specific genre. With the exception of maybe one or two genres, I will generallygive a book a try.
I do not enjoy reading about romance or horror but sometimes I see a book with a title that may look interesting to read.

And that is when the front and back cover drives my decision. I know you can't judge a book by its cover. However, in this situation it typically holds weight on whether I am going to read it.

A Short Review  Edited on March 4, 2019

The Warramunga's War by Greg Kater 

Zeus Publication|January 12, 2018| 304 Pages| $22.80 |ISBN-10:0648160742

A very well written book. This author definitely gains an edge over other authors that have written historical fiction. Very easy to read book with plenty of specific details. The Warramunga’s War is the first of a trilogy and I am looking forward to reading the other two books written by Greg Kater.

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The Journey to WOW: The Path to Outstanding Customer Experience and Loyalty

The Journey to WOW:  The Path to Outstanding Customer Experience and Loyalty by Shaun Belding - I received this book through @BookTasters from the author.


“The Journey to WOW” is indeed one of the best Customer Service
books I have read. It is loaded with valuable information. The Journey to WOW is captivating, insightful, a page-turner and absolutely refreshing.  It is humorous and intelligently written.

I am enthusiastically recommending this brilliantly written book to business owners and to top-level management people. Dedicated people in the customer service industry will definitely find this excellent book worthwhile. This is a reminder of how costly not being diligent about customer service can be to an organization especially when the most significant people are neglected. How can organizations deliver a "WOW" customer experience, without understanding the impact of not having their leaders committed to delivering outstanding customer experience? If, you have read m…