Designing Reality: How to Survive and Thrive in the Third Digital Revolution by Neil Gershenfeld
User review: Use technology
The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation by Jon Gertner
User review: Man, was Bell Labs an amazing place in its heyday. They developed or contributed to nearly every technological advance that underpins modern society, most notably the transistor, cellular phones, data transmission protocols that made the internet possible — in fact, one of their scientists essent...
Portrait of an Artist: Claude Monet by Lucy Brownridge
User review: This book recounts Monet's life and art for young readers. Throughout, there are copies of paintings that Monet completed. At the end of the book, those who are interested can learn more about the works. Monet's evolution as an artist from making caricatures when he was young, to academy studies,...
Rhabdomaine: Ingenia by Charley Brice
User review: what starts out as a simple supply dropoff, quickly turns into "survival of the fittest". where a science experiment takes a turn for the worse and the crew is turned into zombies. suspenseful and fast-paced until the last page. definitely recommend
Opioid, Indiana by Brian Allen Carr
User review: This is a lovely little gem of a novel, told with compassion and wit and charm and a certain beauty. It’s the story of a teenage boy, basically abandoned by everyone in his life, trying to find a way to live a life of value. Mixed into the main narrative are side stories his mother told him, abou...
Reviving Her Heart: A Sweet & Steamy Insta Love Romance (Rescue Me Book 1) by Remi Grey
User review: This was a short read, less than thirty minutes. Okayish, to be honest, Chris has heart failure and Davis is her doctor.
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Avatar: The Last Airbender: North and South (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Library Edition, #5) by Gene Luen Yang
User review: Decent instalment, but too bad that there's so little zuko
Fed Up: Emotional Labor, Women, and the Way Forward by Gemma Hartley
User review: Just leave