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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 New Paradigm for Financial Markets
January 18th, 2009

Marketed as a cuddly philanthropist, he’s one of those small few who made a staggering fortune from obscure financial instruments like those he talks about as he explains how CDOs, swap buyings and ‘toxic waste’ mortgages led us to where we are.


Breaking the Rules
September 14th, 2008

Author Townsend constantly stops to lecture you on her liberal views, but in wanting to seem sophisticated, the constant references not to sex but the desire to drink herself stupid reveal her as something of a slapper.

Trading Places
August 17th, 2008

How an economist ended up in such an enviable position is a common theme of late, economists turning up on the bestseller lists with easy-to-digest tomes using the dry principles of cost/benefit analyses, risk and self-interest to explain everything from teen pregnancy to drug abuse.


Making Jack Falcone
January 18th, 2009

It’s certainly thrilling in an airport novel sort of way, but if anything Garcia’s watched too many movies, the book seemingly skewed to as many Godfather and Goodfellas references as possible. The unspoken subtitle might well be ‘call me, Hollywood.’

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 The new breed of economist analyses everything from teen sex to drug ...
January 13th, 2008

Brothers in Arms Just what is true about Cuba? Most western media and governments would ...
March 1st, 2009

Brida One of the only reasons to read Paolo Cohelo's work is the ...
June 7th, 2008

Blade Runners, Deer Hunters and Blowing the Bloody Doors Off What do we love about Hollywood tell-alls? Is it the chance to ...
January 11th, 2009

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

Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life Douglas E Kenrick Basic Books There's a motif from philosophy about the human condition ...
September 16th, 2011


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