Huh. Imagine that – a self help book that I actually enjoyed.
What does it mean when you are struggling with a book that, by all descriptions, you should easily love?
The internet has broken a lot of boundaries and made the world a lot more interconnected. This is a good thing, until you think about it in the context of crime.
For a person who doesn’t care much for horror, I rather enjoyed this.
This book is more a typology of weird things believed than an explanation as to why they believe them.
There is a lot buried in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Expert System’s Brother’
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.