How Far Will You Go? by Evelyn Mcfarlane
Questions to Test Your Limits

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What is the strongest opinion you hold? What is the biggest lie you've ever told? What is the one thing you'd most like to change about the world? Who have you most feared in your life? What is the strongest craving you get? What have you lost that you would most like to retrieve? Where and when have you felt most uncomfortable being nude?
In , the bestselling authors of the If . . .  series  launch their signature format in a new direction: What and where are the limits that make each of us the personalities we are?
Five hundred thought-provoking questions, illustrated with compelling black-and-white photo-graphs, help you explore the world around you and relive your funniest, scariest, weirdest, greatest, and most indelible moments. Our answers to these queries reflect our priorities, define our limits, and probe the boundaries of who we truly are. Running the gamut from the worst boss to the most euphoric moment, these questions can help us discover more about ourselves, our friends, and our family members.

About Evelyn Mcfarlane

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Evelyn McFarlane was born in Brooklyn and grew up in San Diego. She received a degree in architecture from Cornell University in 1985, and has lived and worked in Boston, New York City, and Syracuse. She is currently living and working in Florence, Italy, teaching design for Syracuse University. She has an architectural practice with her partner, Adam Drisin. When she is not working, she spends time traveling in Italy, painting and renovating a small house in a medieval hill town in Umbria. James Saywell was born in 1959 in Toronto. He lived in Hong Kong and China as a child. Travels through Asia at a young age instilled in him a passion for architecture, which he eventually studied in Toronto and Princeton. He lived and worked in the United States for eight years until moving to Florence, Italy, in 1993 to teach architecture. He divides his time among designing furniture for his company, Stillworks, Inc., practicing architecture, teaching, and learning to paint. He lives in a farmhouse in Tuscany.
Published September 8, 2010 by Villard. 137 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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