Charlie Harvey

April 2012 Reading

  • Everyman, by Phillip Roth

    Everyman is bleak and coldly detached short novel about mortality and the inevitable decline of old age.

    2012-04-27 by Charlie Harvey
  • The Net Delusion, by Evgeny Morozov

    A reasonable if occasionally overargued critique of the ascendent cyber-utopian analysis in political life and elsewhere. The antidote, perhaps, to Wired let down a little by its uncritical embrace of the hegemonic Western-liberal-democratic political status quo as a position from which to critique the cyber-utopian outlook.

    2012-04-15 by Charlie Harvey
  • Anathem, by Neal Stephenson

    I love Stephenson’ novel. When I started reading I was a little worried it was going to be all witches and goblins gobblegook but once again Stephenson pulled off a hugely entertaining and completely absorbing novel of geekery, mixing science fact and science fiction in an utterly compelling way. Rocking.

    2012-04-02 by Charlie Harvey


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