A review written so long ago it is currently comically irrelevant.
A book that is a rehash of a TV show could be disappointing, unless it is a really good TV show.
Imagine a spy story. No, a real one.
Some books challenge you directly. Other can challenge you indirectly.
I seem not to be tiring of books on linguistics. It may be because books like this are just so interesting that I don’t mind going over the same information over again.
Epic poems are a medium well out of date, but Fitzgerald’s translation seems to hold a lot of fidelity to them.
Try as I might, I just can’t think of who this book could possibly serve.
Speaker for the Dead won me over, despite a slow start.
I told some friends I would read anything, pretty indiscriminately. For some reason they though this would be a challenge of some sort.
Every read something and feel like your education really wasn’t up to the task of understanding it?