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Numbers in the Dark (Paperback, 1996, Vintage)

Numbers in the Dark by 

For the first time in paperback--a volume of thirty-seven diabolically inventive stories, fables, and "impossible interviews" from one of the …

The Story of B (1999, DIANE Publishing Company)

The Story of B by 

wants to read A void by Georges Perec

A void (2005)

A void by 

A Void, translated from the original French La Disparition (lit. "The Disappearance"), is a 300-page French lipogrammatic novel, written in …

finished reading Ishmael by Daniel Quinn

Ishmael (EBook, 2010, Random House Publishing Group)

Ishmael by 

Ishmael is a 1992 philosophical novel by Daniel Quinn. The novel examines the hidden cultural biases driving modern civilization and …

Invisible Cities (Paperback, 1997, Vintage Classics)

Invisible Cities by 

Invisible Cities (Italian: Le città invisibili) is a novel by Italian writer Italo Calvino. It was published in Italy in …

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An Ugly Truth (Hardcover, 2021, Harper) 4 stars

democracy dies in Mark-ness

4 stars

This is an excellent takedown of Facebook, going hard on how the company created its own disinformation nightmare by treating extremist hate speech as “important political content.” Outstandingly written and devastating, it also sheds light on the epically gross working relationship between Zuck and Sheryl. If you can tolerate 300+ pages about some of the worst people in the world but want more ammunition against the selective applications of “intellectual freedom,” pick it up.