An American Injustice 

 

Daniel Angel Rodriguez

P.O. Box 440264               Miami, FL  33144

info@anamericaninjustice.com

www.anamericaninjustice.com

 

Friends,

 

     Our A.A.I book club sprung from my affinity to evolve, educate, and evaluate: all which I derive from reading.

 

Surely if there's one thing the tedium of incarceration offers is leisure.  So despite, my ill-fate, I charged for the sense of freedom books offer... Initially, I was varocious, and eclectic in taste yet through time, I found myself particularly favoring classic anthologies e.g. political/historical philosophy, compositions and literature.

 

But as you can gather from the broad list below we have shared all genres.  I likewise have, very much, enjoyed our endless critical bandying; as well, I've embraced your book suggestions with equal enthusiasm.  Thank You!

 

Today this little club of ours has grown exponentially, and with each new member our experience expands... friend's through this experience, not only, have I grown personally and intellectually but forever grateful.  Trust that the honor bestowed is solely mines.

 

Sincerely,

Daniel Angel Rodriguez

Daniels Favorite Reads

Book Club and Suggestions


Acclaim: An absolute tour de force and numbing reality check.  Mr. Levin from beyond your bunkers America thanks you.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I.

Acclaim: An absorbing, encyclopedic power punish, on how America is being compromised.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I.

Acclaim: The most visceral literature I've ever consumed.  Through Mr. Frankl I lived and understood his will to overcome a criminally dreadful experience... Directly relating to his indurated psychology and philosophy towards survival...

   An effectually parable.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I.

This month's (November) book selection:

"Soledad Brother," by Gorge Jackson

 

Book Review: Soledad Brother is a scathingly gripping indictment of truism, that shamelessly still today proves analogous to how Americans are being callously incarcerated.

Mr. Jacksons timeless presence resonates from the hollows of his grave.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I.

This month's (September) book selection:

"Judging Thomas," by Ken Foskett

 

Book Review: A compelling, well assembled, biography of a extraordinary man.  Who despite the malaise of a difficult era flourished from the abyse like a phoenix.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I.


This month's (August) book selection:

"The Crossfire Trilogy" by Sylvia Day

Book Review: An absorbing and sensual drama that rivals Fifty Shades. -Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

This month's (throwback) book selection:

"The Women in his Life" by Barbara Taylor Bradford

Book Review: A classic love story that exemplifies the essence of an unveering love journey. Dauke schon Mrs. Bradford.

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

This month's (throwback) book selection:

"Mirror Image" by Danielle Steel

Book Review: An engagingly twisted but jovial romance, which takes a dreadful turn in the shadows of love at first sight... I'll admit to have shed a tear or two.  -Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

This month's (July) book selection:

"Lone Survivor" by Marcus Luttrell with Patrick Robinson

Book Review: A numbing tribute of uncanny valor, - A testament to the tacit patriotic sacrifices made daily by our Armed Forces. Petty officer Marcus Luttrell, Sir' although incarcerated, I thank you for your unconditional service... your a great American. (A riveting read)  -Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

Retro Classic selection:

"A Crowning Mercy" by Bernard Cornwell

Acclaim: An amazingly, all-encompassing read: pages will flutter as if amid a ravishing hurricane. -Hail to the king, in the genre of classic love and adventure Mr. Cornwell. 

-Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

Retro Classic selection:

"The Blind Side" by Michael Lewis

Book Review: A feel-good, all inspiring read: which underscores how a wholehearted, color blind, white American family reached, against the grain, to breath life where life seemed hopeless.  -Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

Retro Classic selection:

"Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn

Book Review: Men BEWARE of the cagey spouse... Mrs Flynn has cleverly spun a sinuous tale, as well unleashed a wicked guide promised to heighten the most lowliest amongst you.  -Daniel A. Rodriguez, A.A.I

*A rare footnote from acclaimer:

GONE GIRL touched me on a personal level, I've experienced the intractable wrath of a scorned woman: to which her falsehood still today haunts me.

SEE: Priors used to enhance Federal Sentence

Philosopher: For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway

 

Corporate: The Art of War, by Sun Tzu

 

Romance/Erotica: Sidney Sheldon and Fifty Shades of Gray by E.J. James, The Crossfire Trilogy by Sylvia Day

 

Legal thriller: John Grisham

 

Political: Team of Rivals, by Doris K. Goodwin, When China Rules the World, by Martin Jacques, Plunder and Deceit by Mark R. Levin, It Is About Islam by Glenn Beck

 

Espionage/Thriller/Suspense: Brotherhood of the Rose, by David Morrell, Vince Flynn, Dan Brown, Robert Ludlum, Greg Iles

 

Classic Saga: Standing at the scratch-line Part 2, Echoes of a Distant Summer, by Guy Johnson

 

True Crime: Ann Rule

 

Historical Fiction: Con Iggulden, James Clavell, Bernard Cornwell, Wilbur Smith

 

Philosophers, writers and poets: (US) Ernest Hemingway, (Greek) Aristotle, (English) William Shakespeare, (Greek) Plato (sumposium), (Irish) William Butler Yeats, (English) Charles Dickens, (Irish) Mark Twain, Samuel Langhorne Clemens and Oscar Wilde.

 

Other Authors I’m partial to: J.R. Ward, Stephen King, Eric J. Dickey and

James Patterson

 

Favorite magazines: Entrepreneur, Black Enterprise, Ocean Drive, People, The Source, Hip Hop Weekly, Forbes, National Geographic, Men’s Health, Surfing, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Gala, Vogue, Bloomberg Business Week, The Economist and Play Boy.

 

Recommended self help books: The Magic of Thinking Big by Dr. David J. Schwartz

 

The Prosperity Bible by Napoleon Hill and many others

 

What you can Change… and What you can’t by Dr. Martin Seligman

 

The Tipping Point or Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

 

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

 

How We Die by Sherwin B. Nuland

 

So you call yourself a Man by T.D. Jakes

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