Completed Shelf: Recently Added

praxeologist

 Recent Activity

p
praxeologist made a comment Mar 11 2018
"The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History is a loosely connected compilation of essays and field notes written by Elizabeth Kolbert, a staff writer of The New Yorker. Each of the thirteen chapters tracks the extinction or near extinction of a spe..." Permalink
p
praxeologist made a comment Feb 24 2018
"I became acquainted with the genius of Louise Penny when I read in 2012 her debut novel, Still Life, published in 2005. Back then, I wrote for myself this response to her writing: Remarkable in that the spirit outranks the letter. Author stands at..." Permalink
p
praxeologist made a comment Mar 20 2017
"The Life of the World to Come, deftly written but not without numerous flaws, presents Leo Brice, narrator, as a Jew in a state of true love. This state makes him superior to all his friends, who have never experienced true love, else they would h..." Permalink
p
praxeologist made a comment Feb 12 2017
"Kurt Vonnegut offers yet another look at humanity, and this time it is Darwinian. Humanity is imploding. A small group of diverse individuals gathers on the west coast of Ecuador, east of the Galápagos Islands. Certain members of the group are ..." Permalink
p
praxeologist made a comment Dec 25 2016
"A fate worse than death is never having read Kurt Vonnegut. Many readers first met Vonnegut in Slaughterhouse-Five, considered now to be his most famous work. And from there they have read other Vonnegut works, which include short stories, with..." Permalink
[]
[]
To Top