Cloud Atlas made me want to reread a certain classic.
This won a Pulitzer?
It isn’t enough to have just a valid point. You also need to have a sound argument.
Sometimes as you read a sequel you just hope beyond hope that it wasn’t a marketing departments decision.
If you come into a book looking to answer just one question, you may come out of it disappointed.
The ship of Theseus is a pretty applicable bit of philosophy. Here’s a thought: are you the same reader you were 20 years ago?
Have certain aspects of the past few year’s political climate not made much sense to you? You are not alone.
Some books are more akin to fast food than a proper meal.
Venice isn’t just a gem of a city, it is also one of the most historically significant cities in the world.
Leibniz is not once mentioned in the novel. So why do I keep thinking about him?