Book Reviews Coming Next

Picture shows collage of 3 books, namely Planned Obsolescence by Lorin Brandon, The Price We Pay For Google by Peter Olsthoorn, and The Marriage Act by John Marrs

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.


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