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Where Spirits Dwell
October 16th, 2011

A young Petersham mother wakes in bed in the small hours to hear the toys in her son’s room, and when Machado reveals the toddler was actually in bed with his mother at the time you’ll feel a tingle down your spine the likes of which you expect from a good horror novel.

Look Who’s Having Fun
January 13th, 2008

Welcome to the age of the new economist. Most of us still think economics is about money, argued over by fusty old men in the parliaments or banks of the world in their own language about inflation, unemployment and exports.


The Brain that Changes Itself
April 20th, 2008

With neurons and synapses forging new connections and strengthening or discarding old ones, the brain is like the grand staircase in the Harry Potter films, constantly reshifting structure on a microscopic scale. Is it so hard to imagine those changes affecting the macroscopic scale?

Paranormality
October 16th, 2011

The style is lively and engaging, but the biggest surprise is how funny it is, with more laugh-out-loud lines than you ever thought you’d read in a book about psychology (other than that did you enjoy the play, Mrs Lincoln?’).


Lucky 13 from the King
January 25th, 2009

So Just After Sunset is really a tale of two Kings. The first is from before the accident when he was content to talk about possessed machinery and monsters like he does in Gingerbread Girl, about a woman’s desperate bid to escape the clutches of a sexual predator and killer.

Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life
September 16th, 2011

For a long time after Dawkins introduced and galvanised a new generation to Darwin’s ideas it was fashionable to consider us essentially selfish, the smooth running of society arising organically out of mass competition. More recent theories claim altruism’s actually been as successful a survival strategy as rivalry






Atrocitology File this one under 'people will list anything'. A book chronicling humanity's ...
November 13th, 2011

11.22.63 You might not think Stephen King is the greatest writer in the ...
December 4th, 2011

Rebooting your memory After millions of years of remembering what matters, is the way memory ...
November 18th, 2013

Tweak We never get tired of books about the horrors of drug addiction ...
June 14th, 2008

Look Who’s Having Fun The new breed of economist analyses everything from teen sex to drug ...
January 13th, 2008

A New Paradigm for Financial Markets If anyone's well placed to comment on the reasons for the financial ...
January 18th, 2009


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