Sunday, July 17, 2016
You May Also Like: Taste in an Age of Endless Choice. An interesting book about how we make choices about food, music, art, beer and other things. Many facts and bits of trivia. Sometimes confusing, but overall, a book that helps you understand how people think.
A man accidentally kills his neighbor's son while he is hunting. In an act of contrition he gives up his own son to his neighbor. What happens after is a long, rambling tale that would have read better if a third of it had been cut. Do we really need to read about every point in a volley ball game> It gets moving toward the end, but getting there is somewhat of a chore.
Posted by thelmaz at 4:57 AM