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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?’).

Bonk
August 16th, 2008

She’s sought out the bizarre, eye-opening and at times borderline unethical studies into sex that have gone on over the last century. There is clinical biology in it and Roach is certainly interested in enlightening us, but with chapter titles like Coital Imaging and Re-Member Me, it’s mostly played for laughs.


Brothers in Arms
March 1st, 2009

Castro for one was a skilled propagandist and charismatic orator like totalitarian leaders such as Hitler and Mussolini before him. How can we believe what he or Guevara tell us in their many diaries, manifestos and letters?

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?


A fortunate life
September 17th, 2012

Affleck says he is a hands-on dad. His family was fractured by his mechanic, bartender and janitor father’s alcoholism when Affleck was just 12, and he seems determined to be everything to his children that his own dad wasn’t – he’s often spotted taking a clearly excited Violet and Seraphina to flea markets or activities.

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.






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