Accidentally bought the abridged edition and had to buy the real version and start over.
Henry loved The Hobbit, so we're starting the big ones. Don't know if he'll want to stick with it.
Loved it. I decided to read it when I heard Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Dune) was doing an adaptation.
Fascinating practical exploration of next steps socially, legally, and politically to travel to and live in space.
24 finished, 7 I gave up on, 8 moved into next year.
Never read them as a kid, so reading them to see my kids will be ready to read them.
40-hour audiobook was too much depth on the topic for me
Yes, I just watched season 2 of the Bear.
Never finished it as a kid, but reading it to my kids at night now.
Interesting idea, but feels like the same couple concepts over and over so far. Probably won't finish it.
Similar to his other recent book on psychedelics. The coffee history stuff was fascinating.
The end of book 1 had me wanting to know more. But I gave up halfway.
So fascinating. Like The Mind In the Cave, but add astronomy.