With a little tweaking, Richard Marson's tell-all biography of the late John Nathan-Turner could easily replace its subtitle with that of Peter Hook's wonderful memoir on the Manchester club scene of the 1980s, The Hacienda: How Not to Run a... Continue Reading →
Another semester is now under way, so this will probably be my last review for a little while.
Fans of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and Dirk Gently books might enjoy my review of The Salmon Doubt by the late, great Douglas Adams.
I suppose I've been doing a lot of reading lately. My review of Jon Ronson's Lost at Sea is now up at 2paragraphs.
Just a quick note to say that my review of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking is now up at 2Paragraphs.
"The Grievers delivers a quick, succinct, raw and honest approach to life and death."
Generosity: An Enhancement by Richard Powers examines the root causes of happiness and anxiety while critiquing the relationship between science, the media, and big business. The narrative follows a reluctant creative writing teacher who discovers that one of his students... Continue Reading →