Sagan’s speculations on the evolution of human intelligence. Good stuff.
Funny and bitter essays from a man who has seemingly given up on the human race.
A generally funny book of Bryson’s farewell tour through Great Britain.
I can’t believe this is the first book I’ve read by Le Guin, but it is. Anyway, it’s a fine collection of short stories.
A remarkable book about human fallibility in estimating probability.
Archie and the Big Man search for the father of Lily Rowan’s secretary.
Nero investigates the murder of a chess wizard.
A serviceable history of the beginning and development of Unix. Sometimes compelling, but often a bit dry.
A dystopian novel about the logical conclusion of unfettered free-market capitalism.