Adulthood is a Myth (and one more) | Quick Reviews

Tuesday, November 1, 2016


Adulthood is a Myth: This is essentially a book of drawings / scribbles on some of the author's experiences. Some of them were outright hilarious, some were more observational, while others were just meh. There were several that I liked a lot and I went crazy on Litsy sharing them. Definitely recommended, especially if you are looking for a fun read that won't take more than half an hour.




The Trouble With Women: This is a quick satirical look at all kinds of condescending remarks made by male "geniuses" who thought they could explain why there are not enough famous or talented women, especially in STEM. I initially started reading it as an amusing take on the history of men's comments on women, and although the entire book is written in a tone of jest, there were several eminent men that I lost my respect for, including Darwin and Baron Pierre de Coubertin. This is yet another coffee table book that was quick to read.



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