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At close to 500 pages Bryson covers everything from the moment the universe expanded from the intensely dense matter that was (aka the big bang) to man's origin.
Reading this book has impacted the way I look at everything from bacteria to asteroids.” Alex Ariel - Sylvia Plath “After reading through these suggestions, I realized there’s a big hole: Poetry!
When I was in the Sierras, delayed by snow, I read through ‘Narrow Road’ two or three times.
Culled from interviews with survivors of the atomic bomb attack, this narrative was originally published as an entire issue of The New Yorker magazine.
(Tom Byron) was born on April 4, 1961, in Houston, Texas.
Tom grew up in Houston, in a large family of four sisters, one of whom was openly gay.
And not just in April.” Amanda Cat’s Cradle - Kurt Vonnegut “This book reignited the pilot light of my imagination like no other book had done in quite awhile.
The whimsy of its narrative, which ended with the utter destruction of our world thanks to mankind, was stark, shocking, yet refreshing when it seemed every other book I read was just an exercise towards getting to a happy ending. ” Spamboy Crooked Cucumber - The Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu Suzuki "Although I am not practicing Zen (yet), this book is like my Bible in that I plan to always read over it and reflect upon the messages therein.