These three books are the best of Bryson
McCollough has done it again
Fascinating to hear Watson's take on the discovery of the structure of DNA and what has happened from then until now. Worth the time to read.
7 Habits was great. This book seems to be Covey trying to keep selling books by rehashing the same old material.
Fairly typical management book without any earth shattering insights.
I like Twain, but these really aren't the best examples of his wit and humor.
Entertaining book. A new way of looking at interpersonal interactions.
A bit convoluted and disturbing. Not nearly as good as some of his other books.
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