Your house is burning. You have to get out fast. Suddenly you are forced to prioritize, editing down a lifetime of possessions to a mere handful. Now you must decide: Of all the things you own, what is most important to you?
The practical? Your laptop, your smartphone, what you need to keep working and stayin touch?
The valuable? Your money, your jewelry, the limited edition signed poster in the living room?
The sentimental? The watch your late grandfather gave you, the diary you kept as a teenager?
What you choose to bring with you speaks volumes about who you are and what you believe in—your interests, your background, your view of life.
With contributions from all over the world, The Burning House is an eye-opening pictorial meditation on materialism; an in-depth, intensely personal interview contained in a single question; a revealing window into the human heart.
So interesting to read what people would save and then to try and pick what I'd save. Hard to do.Published 3 months ago by Patricia B.
Very interesting book, my Wife loves it, very entertaining, she ordered it but I like it also, buy it and you won't be disappointedPublished 4 months ago by THE KRELLDUDE
Such an amazing book. It was really easy to connect to the stories people shared. Makes you think a lot about what you would take if your house was burning.Published 7 months ago by Kara Palladino
If your house was burning, what would you take with you? This is the question that Foster Huntington asked and The Burning House is the answer. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Brittany Moore
The kind of book you can really only look at once... but i like it. (: I'd recommend it for sure.Published 19 months ago by Meggies
If you want to read a bunch of amateur bloggers talk list off the random bulls*** they would take (which, hint: mostly involves their iphones and records) along with talking about... Read morePublished 21 months ago by ugh