Reviews by scott

Leviathan

by Thomas Hobbes

It takes time to adapt to the style of Hobbes but once you do it's pretty easy.The sections where he gets into the meat of the book -the social contract- is the best.This work is interesting because it reflects the strong turbulations of the time. A very famous book!

Reviewed on 2011.06.27

Dogland

by Will Shetterly

I truly enjoyed this book.

This story of a man with principles and how by living those principles helps your family and your community is inspiring.

Reviewed on 2010.10.16

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A good page turner along the lines of a Dan Brown or Joel Rosenburg novel. As with the Dan Brown stuff, it takes a religious twist a little too far, so don't read it if you'll be offended by that. It looses steam about 3/4 of the way through, but the mystery and need for resolution kept me reading it to the end. Overall a good effort and worth every cent ;-).

Reviewed on 2009.06.05

Knulp

by Herman Hesse

my favorite book- read it countless times since i stumbled across it as a teenager. worth finding in translation; hell i'd even BUY it.

Reviewed on 2006.07.31

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