Monthly Archives: April 2011

AI — Get Used to It, or Him, or, Whatever — WWW: Wonder, by Robert J. Sawyer

I feel somewhat obligated to review this book  (WWW: Wonder by Robert J. Sawyer, Audible Frontiers, 2011) because I reviewed of the first two books in the series (WWW: Wake and WWW: Watch). If I didn’t have this oppressive sense … Continue reading

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Idiot America: Can You Say “Redundant”

To listeners on my end of the spectrum, Charles P. Pierce’s argument in Idiot America: How Stupidity Became a Virtue in the Land of the Free (read by Bronson Pinchot, Blackstone Audio, 2011) won’t come as much of a surprise. … Continue reading

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Prosecute This! — Michael Connelly’s The Reversal

Coinciding with the opening of the film version of The Lincoln Lawyer, based on the first book in Michael Connelly’s Mickey Haller series, I thought it would be appropriate to offer a review of the latest book in the series, … Continue reading

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