Wright Tries to Cram The Human Experience Into One Mathematical Principle. And Guess What — That Doesn’t Work So Well.
Weird Weighting of Topics. A book ostensibly about monastery spends very little time on it, but still a relatable and good book. The Greatest
A Superb Non-Fiction Novel. The mostly true account with occasional machination is high-level storytelling. The Greatest Book’s Ranking: #51/100 My Rating: I tend to enjoy
Too Much To Sift Through. Even for a philhellene, the copious list of places long gone became too much. The Greatest Book’s Ranking: #36/100 My Rating:
Bone Crushingly Rational. Machiavelli does not care about the virtue of actions but the rewards from outcomes. The Greatest Book’s Ranking: #4/100 My Rating: This short