As with all of A.C. Fuller’s books, Open Primary held my attention and kept me up well into the wee hours, reading it in a single sitting. Although I had my reservations about this book—could Fuller make modern politics, specifically American elections, interesting? Is such a thing even possible?—I have to say that it was nothing short… Continue reading Open Primary; a 5-star book review
Originally posted on The Thought Walker:
Wanting to trust your brain (and mind in general) can feel a little counter-intuitive. After all, most of us are painfully aware of our own shortcomings. Our cognitive abilities are tremendous, yet we often feel like our thoughts and memory are trying to screw us over at every turn.…
Truly human; terrible, dark, and wonderfully sinister. What is the value of one human life? What about five lives? Could you weigh the worth of one person against another, and decide which of them should die? The latest offering from Luke Smitherd is a story quite unlike anything I’ve read before. Narrated by Chris, a perfectly ordinary… Continue reading Kill Someone; a 5-star book review
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