Every Tuesday, Bibliophile By The Sea, hosts this meme. I'll be posting the opening paragraph (sometime two) of a book I decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s). Feel free to grab the banner and play along. This week's "intro" is from: "Spinning" by Michael Baron.
I never claimed to have it all figured out. Boasts of that kind of clarity are best left to mystics, religious leaders, or Presidential candidates. For the most part, though, I thought I had figured out most of what I needed to figure out. At 29, I was living in a great apartment in Manhattan, hanging out in the City's hottest places, and putting my MBA to excellent use as one of the youngest executive directors the public relations firm of Mason, Brand and Partners had ever employed. I was convinced that by the time I retired at the age of 40, the universe would remember me, Dylan Hunter, as a world-beater.
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