Daniel Suarez continues his excellent narrative of a runaway program and the people it affects.
People keep telling us that we are being spied on, but what does that really mean, anyway?
Lucifer’s Hammer shows us the fragility of human civilization – and it still fells like we would not be ready for it.
Matt Taibbi followed the last election. It was like watching the world’s slowest possible train wreck.
Overqualified is a gimmick dressed as a novel.
This slim Art History book has little history in it. It has lots of politics, and some pretty strong opinions about where art and politics intersect…
Richard Morgan abandoned his interesting premise and kept everything I dislike about his second book.
Jaron Lanier is a man wearing many hats, and this makes him a very interesting subject for a memoir.
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.