I'm old enough to have lived through all of the history presented in this book, which begins—more or less—with the Gingrich revolution of '94. It is illuminating to have all of this put together into a single narrative with the cast of villains getting more dangerous and more unhinged over time. If anyone wants an anti-dote to both sides-ism, this would be it. The GOP over the past 30 years has been... probably worse than you thought.
Sono Americano e il mio Italiano é molto fuori di pratica. Studiavo per un anno al'Universitá di Bologna più di venti cinque anni fa. Italo Calvino é il mio autore Italiano favorito. Oh, wait, seems like a fairly international crowd here.
Over on Mastodon, I'm: @firstname.lastname@example.org I'm not sure how to connect this thing to that thing.
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Few explorers have had the experience of uncovering a civilization almost entirely unknown to the world. But Stephen's two expeditions …
Content warning Spoilery review. Dark, striking, fantasy.
@email@example.com I like this take on it. Yes, there were some very modern terms that served to knock me out of the narrative. I'd been a little lukewarm on Babel, but I heard her do a podcast episode recently and was impressed with her intelligence and insight. So I gave this a chance and was a bit lukewarm as well. Don't know if I'll follow through on the rest of the trilogy.