My 10 Favorite Books of 2018: Part 2: Oldies but Goodies

If you haven’t read Part 1, I recommend reading it first because, you know, continuity, support of your friend, etc. etc. While I’m very proud that I’ve rid myself of the “CLASSICS ARE THE BEST” mindset, I still read a lot of older books. I realized recently that my love of history (which I thought had died when I gave up on getting a Political … Continue reading My 10 Favorite Books of 2018: Part 2: Oldies but Goodies

I See A Much-Needed but Exhausting Biography: A Review of "The Inkblots"

The Inkblots: Hermann Rorschach, His Iconic Test, and the Power of Seeing By Damion Searls 406 pp. Broadway Books. $17.00 There are very few books that we objectively need. An objective need doesn’t stem from a cliffhanger but rather a void or a gap in human knowledge. We don’t objectively need another James Patterson novel, but we did need a biography of Hermann Rorschach. The … Continue reading I See A Much-Needed but Exhausting Biography: A Review of "The Inkblots"