- Daniel Kalder: the Reading Habits of Guantanamo Bay Inmates
- “On the wind-blown steppes of central Asia, in an isolated corner of Kazakhstan, there’s a large pentagram etched into the Earth’s surface.“
Bringing Home the Freshest Kill
I’ve been in a literary dry spell for a while. Bought a Gore Vidal book and barely touched it. And I haven’t bothered to finish a few other things sitting around. Can’t get motivated to properly dig into this quite yet either.
But there are a few newly available titles trickling into the market right now, and they have my interest piqued.
A few of them:
Thoughts, anyone? I like the title for Kimball’s book, which apparently came out last year. Reminds me of the name I gave to a tag/category cloud on this site long ago, i.e. the Permanence of Fatuousness.
UPDATE: Got the Kindle version of Williamson’s book. So far, so good. Very engaging read early on.