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Happy City: Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design by Charles Montgomery: Having re-read this book in an attempt to join a local book club I had high hopes, I was rather unimpressed (again) with the book. Funny enough, I was also unimpressed with the purpose of the bookclub itself and organization. I feel that this book is only surface deep and fails to recognize all of interconnected realities of the cities we live within.

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