Every time I stumble some list of the best novels in such and such genre, I always end up saving
Daniel Everett’s ‘How Language Began’ might as well be called ‘why Chomsky is wrong.’ It’s also a very compelling argument.
Some books are just so good you want to start reading them a new right as you finish.
Reading ‘City of a Hundred Fires’ mostly brought to my attention how ill-equipped I am to really read poetry intelligibly.
Sometimes persistence pays off in the form of a series you didn’t really like starting to be enjoyable finally.
I’ve been concerned about the problem of automation for years, and considered a universal basic income a solution. This book is a much larger look at the issue.
Sometimes giving an author a second chance really pays off.
Some ‘classics’ just aren’t worth anyone’s time.
If nothing else, this book wins all the internet points for putting in a “Leroy Jenkins” reference.
“The Coddling of the American Mind” might be the next book in the series of doom-saying prophecy, or it may have some actual valid points.