I think this is one of those questions that's so damned simple til we really get thinking about it, kinda like the meaning of the word "freedom." What do we expect from our kids, from younger Millennials and the kids growing up today? Technically, I myself am a Millennial, but among the older ones (which … Continue reading #060–What do we expect from American teenagers today?
My Copy: 9780762449378 (image from amazon.com) I finally found this book after looking at Angel/Demon mythology and trying to understand where it came from. I needed to research it because I've had story ideas burning a hole in my head, wanting me to use them. But when I found this anthology existed, I got to … Continue reading The Mammoth Book of Angels and Demons (#1 of 4), edited by Paula Guran
I spent hours and days making my Plan of Attack to clean and throw crap away that I don't need. Now that dad's home, that's slowed to a trickle because I want him to get his rest. But my office--I think I'll have to re-read Dante's Inferno to figure out what level of Hell it … Continue reading Let’s do the Time Warp (but actually LEARN something this time)
The more I read from Philip K. Dick, the more I enjoy or at least respect the man's work. The Minority Report and Other Classic Stories by Philip K. Dick definitely does not disappoint.
My copy: 9780441783588 Well, I'm not going to bother with a description of how different the book is from the 90s film (hint: a lot!). But on its own, just reading it for what it was, I found it a bit surprising and enjoyable. I haven't read Mr. Heinlein's other works yet, so I can't lend … Continue reading Starship Troopers, by Robert A. Heinlein
My copy: 9780345423498 Ah, at last we come to the end of the Odyssey saga, 1000 years after the start, and I'm not totally sure what to say about this one. It has a completely different feel than the other books, and it could be because of more than it's focus. The book is about Frank … Continue reading 3001: The Final Odyssey, by Arthur C. Clarke