I couldn't have chosen a better non-fiction book to read first this year than Feynman's 'Six Easy Pieces'.
I really, REALLY wanted to like this book. 😒
On Week Three I finally got to read Ray Bradbury. And while 'The Martian Chronicles' was not what I expected, it was a great experience and sparked a lot of good thoughts. Like I keep saying, science-fiction has a responsibility, and Bradbury served that in a spectacular fashion - even
For the second week I selected an author I know and love: Neal Stephenson. The Diamond Age has eluded me for a long time, and it's no surprise: it's an incredibly dense book. But I conquered it this week, and here I share my thoughts and what I learned.
For the first week this year I finally got to read some Scalzi. I've read a lot of his non-fiction, particularly on writing, but for some reason haven't got around to dive into his fiction work. To remedy that I jumped into Old Man's War.