Most anthologies of essays are hit and miss. This one… isn’t.
Hannah Anderson’s book on discernment is not perfect, but it is very good.
A genuinely great programming book.
A classic, Hugo- and Nebula-winning novel: I enjoyed it… but it felt a bit overrated.
The sequel is almost as good as the first book.
Mary Robinette Kowal’s book is genuinely brilliant.
Sometimes you just need “popcorn”—and this is exactly that.
My introduction to Kim Stanley Robinson (it was a good one).
A beautiful and fitting close to two men's ouevre.
A so-so book about a slightly strange language.
Learning how we think can be a powerful tool for thinking better.
A Review of Jesus and the Victory of God
A Review of An Infinite Journey
A Review of Five Smooth Stones for Pastoral Work