This book lives somewhere in my floating top ten. It is high time americans rediscover Rand's pusuit of quality of life and the materials that populate our lives. This recording is extremely well read, inspirational and worth every minute.
Christopher Moore's wit is unparalleled, well maybe, but the early Fluke does not disapoint. I laughed outloud at the audio format as much as at the printed version, it is substantially well performed. If you were disappointed by You Suck, maybe you don't get it. Fluke is, like Lamb, a Moore humor pinnacle.
A really good Koontzian mystery cum sci-fi thriller, though it does not live up to earlier works in the character development department. See Christopher Snow (Fear Nothing, Seize the Night) for example.
Spin is a fantastic modern example of the genre. Wilson spins an humanist account of the world in its trials and hopes and nails the balance of fantastic tech and contemporary knowledge.
Although some of the stories in this book are fascinating character studies, I was, on the whole, left flat. Meno's prosaic style, while interesting, would better suite a more developed treatise.
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