My One and Only - Kristan Higgins
I had that and gave it away last year though probably shouldn't have as it was a well-crafted book, with loads of photos. Some parts appealed more than others e.g. the chapter about the guidance counsellor; a paragraph here and there on past attitudes to work, plus the piece on robotics which contained some pithy observations, that the promise of machines with A.I. being around the corner over the past 200 years is a little like a Samuel Beckett play, 'Waiting for Robot'! (I think it was in that book anyway).
??Loriano Macchiavelli?I prefer Niccolo Machiavelli though:Strage - Loriano Macchiavelli.
this is the 2nd time I read this book, the first was over 20 years ago
Loriano Macchiavelli is a modern Italian mystery writer, perhaps, he is a descendant of Niccolo Macchiavelli...??Loriano Macchiavelli?I prefer Niccolo Machiavelli though
He's intense and whiny at the same time, and seems to need to control any conversation he's having. I couldn't wait to get out of the room. Reading his book is like inviting him into your brain, and that's kind of...horrifying to me.