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Otis Chandler and 2 other people liked Pete McCarthy's review of Don't Let Go:
Don't Let Go by Harlan Coben
"I was expecting a stock suburban thriller. I got that but one that far exceeded my expectations. Coben can really write -- plot twists, sure, but also relationships. They ring true and have nuance beyond what I've found in plot drivers.

He captures..." Read more of this review »
Dead Wake by Erik Larson
"My main takeaway from this book was that the British Royal Navy had the most badass ship names in the early 1900s (HMS Dreadnought, HMS Colossus, HMS Warspite). Maybe that’s not very insightful of me, but I was so pumped for these ships to do batt..." Read more of this review »
Barbarian Days by William Finnegan
"Extremely well written. If edited to be slightly shorter I'd bet it would be even more accessible to non-surfers. Extensive technical detail on waves reminded me of Melville's style of writing on the practice of whaling in Moby Dick."
Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
" Ooh I keep hearing this is a good read -
Good to hear you liked it! Is J-Law really playing her?
Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
"Scandalous! A fast and addictive read about how a sociopathic college drop out who thought she was Steve Jobs charmed a bunch of old rich men into making her a billionaire. She’s a complete piece of 💩. Utterly amazing that this went down in our ba..." Read more of this review »
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Red Sparrow by Jason  Matthews
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What a fun thriller! And realistic too - the author is a former CIA agent, and this read like you got to go inside the mind of a CIA - and a Russian SVB - agent. I listened to this on audio per Steve Sarners recommendation and it was perfect to plow ...more
Red Sparrow by Jason  Matthews
“Her parents noticed, when Dominika turned five, that the little girl had a prodigious memory. She could recite lines from Pushkin, identify the concertos of Tchaikovsky. And when music was played, Dominika would dance barefoot around the Oriental carpet in the living room, perfectly in time with the notes, twirling and jumping, perfectly in balance, her eyes gleaming, her hands flashing. Vassily and Nina looked at each other, and her mother asked Dominika how she had learned all this. “I follow the colors,” said the little girl.
“What do you mean, ‘the colors’?” asked her mother. Dominika gravely explained that when the music played, or when her father read aloud to her, colors would fill the room. Different colors, some bright, some dark, sometimes they “jumped in the air” and all Dominika had to do was follow them. It was how she could remember so much. When she danced, she leapt over bars of bright blue, followed shimmering spots of red on the floor. The parents looked at each other
Jason Matthews
Red Sparrow by Jason  Matthews
“I’ve always loved Russian humor,” said Nate. “It’s a shame there’s so little of it.”
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Brian shared a note and highlight from
The Moonshot Effect by Kate Purmal
we will deconstruct the Kennedy Moonshot to extract what we can replicate and apply to moonshots in business.
I wonder whether there are significant differences in character between moonshots with and without strict financial constraints. I imagine that Moonshot did not. And differences between moonshots like Moonshot that had a very clear and never-changing endpoint vs startups that may pivot many times before "success."
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What a fun thriller! And realistic too - the author is a former CIA agent, and this read like you got to go inside the mind of a CIA - and a Russian SVB - agent. I listened to this on audio per Steve Sarners recommendation and it was perfect to plow ...more
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Steven Pinker
“Economic inequality has long been a signature issue of the left, and it rose in prominence after the Great Recession began in 2007. It ignited the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011 and the presidential candidacy of the self-described socialist Bernie Sanders in 2016, who proclaimed that “a nation will not survive morally or economically when so few have so much, while so many have so little.” 2 But in that year the revolution devoured its children and propelled the candidacy of Donald Trump, who claimed that the United States had become “a third-world country” and blamed the declining fortunes of the working class not on Wall Street and the one percent but on immigration and foreign trade. The left and right ends of the political spectrum, incensed by economic inequality for their different reasons, curled around to meet each other, and their shared cynicism about the modern economy helped elect the most radical American president in recent times.”
Steven Pinker, Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress

Andy Weir
“The overstimulated kids were literally bouncing off the walls. Lunar gravity is the worst thing to ever happen to parents.”
Andy Weir, Artemis

John Scalzi
“You threw him into space?” “Yup.” “And he didn’t die?” “We only threw him out a little bit.” Marce”
John Scalzi, The Collapsing Empire

John Scalzi
“Even without the Interdependency, being interdependent was the best way for humanity to survive.”
John Scalzi, The Collapsing Empire

Liu Cixin
“Child, the moon is very lovely tonight. I just saw a kangaroo. I guess the refugees hadn’t eaten them all.”
Liu Cixin, Death's End

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