I love Warren Ellis’s style. I absolutely fell in love with Spider Jerusalem in Transmetropolitan and the unreliable narrator from Supergods. He carries over the style to Crooked Little Vein, the first novel I’ve read by him, and it was a rather interesting experience. Unlike his graphic novels, I must say the book was an… Continue reading Ellis’ Crooked Little Vein: The Pervert’s Guide to America
I’ve always had a soft spot for sci-fi that goes off in crazy directions. I also love how they speculate the future, especially stories published in the ’80s and ’90s. They imagine our (current) world to be an technological utopia. Truth be told, we take for granted a lot of tech in our daily lives,… Continue reading Sci-fi Book Reviews: Snow Crash and Year Zero
A brief discussion of some of the ideas presented in Bertrand Russell’s “In Praise of Idleness”.