Sunday, January 01, 2012

Temporary Perfections

Living as we all do in a kakistocracy it's good to have temporary perfections. It's also good to read, as it opens up new pathways in our brains, according to Gail Rebuck.

And it's good to read Temporary Perfections by Gianrico Carofiglio.

How can you not like a book that references fictional detectives; gives a list of movies that make you cry; quotes Umberto Eco on Charlie Brown; and comes out supporting the intelligent and lazy and warning of the dangers of the stupid and enterprising?

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