Reading this felt like a review course, but maybe that isn’t always a bad thing.
Denis Johnson’s virtue seems to be his concision, and this is rather clear in ‘Train Dreams’.
I don’t normally go too much into myself in these reviews, but I think in this case it may be
On the second reading, a decade after the first, I finally got this book.
There is a point of diminishing returns with being interdisciplinary. I thing this book may have missed that point.
The Expanse books often focus on aspects of the story that I just can’t seem to care about.
Good news everyone! The world isn’t nearly as screwed as we would like to think.
What is a war story? What is an anti-war story?
Humanity’s prehistory was once very overlooked by people who claimed to be lovers of history. Hopefully this book changes that.
This might be the most well-written book I disliked reading.