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Review: The Midwich Cuckoos by John Wyndham Adam Pugsley
Jul 11, 2023 book reviews
A week or two ago, in between sessions of playing Fallout 4 that were longer than I care to admit, I read John Wyndham’s The Crysalids. I loved it.
Review: Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian Adam Pugsley
Feb 1, 2023 book reviews
Cormac McCarthy likely needs no introduction; he’s a household name for literature lovers, and he’d surely scold me for using that semicolon. I’d
Review: Sue Prideaux’s I Am Dynamite! A Life of Nietzsche Adam Pugsley
Jan 10, 2023 book reviews
Nietzsche is an often misunderstood philosopher. His complex and at times contradictory thought lends itself to a wide range of interpretations. The
Review: Cal Newport’s Digital Minimalism Adam Pugsley
Dec 23, 2022 book reviews
It’s almost cliché at this point to comment on our overuse of digital media. In 1985, Neil Postman was lamenting our pre-internet electronic
Review: Neal Stephenson’s Anathem Adam Pugsley
Dec 11, 2022 book reviews
Somewhere in the mountains near Van Horn, Texas, a hollow 500 foot cylindrical passage cuts though the rock. Within this cylinder is a giant