Hey everybody, here are the next few books to be reviewed on the blog…
There’s Planned Obsolescence, where a para-archeologist examines a strange artifact with serious implications.
Then there’s some non-fiction where journalist Peter Olsthoorn examines how Google’s ‘free’ services are being paid for with information on our browsing behaviour.
And thirdly, we’ve got a dystopia by best selling author John Marrs, set in the near future, where couples are encouraged to upgrade to smart-marriages, and what this can mean for society
You may have noticed that this is a departure from what was previously scheduled. This is because I have accepted several advance reader copies to read and review and I need to get as many done before their deadlines as possible.
If you were looking forward to any of the reviews or articles that I said will be coming in 2023, please bear with me, I do intend to get to them.
For the rest of this month, book reviews will be every Saturday.