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In Memoriam: Sweesam Na 1942-2017
My father was born in Gerisek, Malaysia, a kampong (village). He was in a family of 5, and his own father died while he was very young. Stories from that period was that he was so poor he an...
Review: Nemesis Games
Nemesis Games is the 5th book in the Expanse series. It's the first novel in the series that doesn't standalone. You could presumably read any of the previous novels without any of the prece...
Review: Pediatrics Grand Rounds (Medical School for Everyone Series)
Parenting books are mostly extremely badly written. But Dr. Roy Benaroch is a real doctor (a practicing pediatrician) and I enjoyed the Emergency Medicine audio lectures so much that I thoug...
Review: Your Best Brain - The Science of Brain Development
I'm a sucker for anything by John Medina, so when I saw that he actually had a Great Courses program called Your Best Brain, I picked it up hoping that it wouldn't be too much of a repeat fr...
Review: Lucifer Book 2
In the previous book, Lucifer managed to create an entire new multi-verse out of the current Cosmos. In Lucifer Book 2, the repercussions of it are brought forward as folks race towards the ...
Review: Cibola Burn
Cibola Burn is the 4th Expanse novel. In the third novel, James Holden manages to open up the star gate through which other systems can be accessed, and of course, true to American Frontier ...
Review: How to Listen to and Understand Great Music, 3rd Edition
How to Listen to and Understand Great Music is misnamed. It really should be labeled: The structure and form of Western Music. I don't really fault Professor Greenberg for this: it's quite c...
Review: Lucifer Book 1
Lucifer is a spin-off off of Neil Gaiman's Sandman. In that book, Lucifer gives up his reign in hell and decides to retire to Earth to enjoy his days. Of course, life is never that simple, a...
Review: The Undoing Project
The Undoing Project is a biography of the relationship between Dan Kahneman and Amos Tversky, Kahneman, of course, was the Nobel Prize winner (and author of Thinking Fast and Slow), who tog...
Review: Abaddon's Gate
I think I've figured out how to read The Expanse series of novels, of which Abaddon's Gate is the third novel. It is also clearly an original intended "end" of the trilogy, though like any m...
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