20 year old me would have enjoyed this a lot more than me now.
This book felt like the first PhD literature review I ever gave a shit about.
Non-fiction that reads like fiction. Pretty enjoyable, actually.
This is an excellent book on counter-apologetics. It is, however, the last book on the subject I may ever read.
Here is a hot take: after reading this I feel like I understood Anthony Bourdain’s suicide.
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.
This is among one of the worst books I have ever read.
John McWhorter is a favorite of mine, so I am admittedly biased. But I enjoyed it.
Apparently this is a ‘Sports Book’. I am somehow not convinced.
Regardless of the author, writing a Utopia has always been a bad idea.