It seems the Ayn Rand libertarians were right all along: if you drown government in a bathtub, private enterprise and the invisible hand of the market will step in to maintain order and public safety (insert sarcasm emoji here).
Seven short book reviews: nonfiction, adventure, fiction, science fiction
What a mess it is, being human. But we muddle through, at least most of us. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
I grew up with the two-spaces-between-sentences rule, which I learned in high school typing class.
“’Stocking up’ is what our robust Americans called it, laughing nervously, because profligate abundance automatically evokes its opposite, the unspoken specter of dearth.” — Ruth Ozeki, My Year of Meats My Year of Meats by Ruth Ozeki A friend read a book I recommended and in turn recommended this one to me. I was put […]
Seven short book reviews: fiction, science fiction, mystery/thriller
I read a few nonfiction titles in 2020, but the pandemic drove me to seek escape in novels: fiction, science fiction, horror, and thrillers. These are my reviews of the ten books I most enjoyed reading this year. All were solid four- and five-star reads.
“I was having an emotion, and I hate that.”
— Exit Strategy by Martha Wells