Were you ever reading a Dan Brown novel and thought to yourself “If only this weren’t so terribly stupid. If only this were pretentious”. I have just the book for you.
Ownership of a brain does not necessarily mean you know how it works. Or for that matter, how to get the best use out of it.
Frederik Pohl’s Gateway is novel that seems more and more unique these days. Odd, that things should get more unique with age…
In the last days of his life Christopher Hitchens bravely attempted to chronicle his battle with cancer, up until he no longer could.
One of the most absolutely influential novels of all time, William GIbson’s Neuromancer did much to create the ambiance of the modern technological world.
The end might be nigh, but at least it will be entertaining.
A classic? A French hero braved the foreign hordes to defend his homeland. I’m not so sure…
A thin volume that tries to speak as objectively as possible to what is going on without once ever nominating Donald J Trump
Daniel Keyes’ Flowers for Algernon is one of those books that proudly wears the label of ‘classic’
Social Media is making all of our lives significantly and obviously worse. Did we need ten reasons to get rid of social media?