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d.tech Staffers’ Favorite Books

by Jeffrey Bernstein

What do staffers at d.tech read? What do they love? The Dragon report.

Karen Brewster

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

“I really like books that are set over long periods of time, so that I can follow their [the characters’] lives. It makes me sad when books end, so I like long books. I also really liked the setting and the relationships in the books.”

Marci Totten

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

“Because it’s an epic saga that really makes you feel for the characters, and as an aspiring writer myself, I am inspired by the author’s journey.”

Marcus Marsall

Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

“I like it because it’s a great insight from a seasoned navy seal on keys to effective leadership, and it’s badass.”





Nicole Cerra

The Waves by Virginia Woolf; The Collected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke; Sula by Toni Morison

“These writers are literally stunning in their ability to portray the human condition. I have learned a lot from all three of these books.”





Kathleen Odell

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon

“I liked it because there were may aspects that reminded me of my father and his experiences in New York.”







Hanan Holloway

Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

“It was a quick read, and I really enjoyed it. It had a lot of action, so it kept me awake while I was reading at night.”

Lessley Anderson

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson

“Thompson is a genius, and Vegas is the most revolting place in the universe. An inspirational piece of gonzo journalism.”

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