This book felt like the first PhD literature review I ever gave a shit about.
Jumping into a novel in the middle of a series is never a great idea.
Non-fiction that reads like fiction. Pretty enjoyable, actually.
For all of Andrea Camilleri’s laurels, this was just plain bad.
This is an excellent book on counter-apologetics. It is, however, the last book on the subject I may ever read.
Have you seen the TV shows? This is season two. Second verse same a the first.
Here is a hot take: after reading this I feel like I understood Anthony Bourdain’s suicide.
If ever you want to see the power of Worldbuilding, this is the book that will show it to you.
If you hate Charles Koch you should steal a copy of ‘Believe in People’ and read it. It’ll just make you hate him more.
So called ‘classics’ pretty frequently don’t age very well. I am not sure why this is such a controversial statement.