A philosopher explores our obligation to remember the past.
A memoir of Sacks’s childhood.
A mind-blowing story of economic espionage.
Ten Jeeves & Wooster stories.
I’m about half-finished with Chandler’s work and I’m not going to be happy when I run out.
A history of mammal evolution and the scientific controversies its study has spawned. I enjoyed the book very much, but I would have liked more on the mammals and less on the controversies.
Despite the self-help sounding title, this book is actually a review for the layperson of the latest psychological research and its implications (often negative) for human happiness. Well-written, and often funny, but with a few too many jokes.
A textbook on the social insects.