We often think of quantities in a linear way. We know that a thousand millimetres go into a metre, and that a thousand kilograms go into a single ton. We know that a ten-by-ten centimetre square equals one hundred square centimetres, and that when we add ten centimetres of height, you get one thousand cubic centimetres, or one […]
It’s actually multiple interviews between Brawn and Parr, resulting in an excellent read, especially for motorsport enthousiasts. The Art of War is a recurring theme, which doesn’t work that well; the search for strategy for its own sake is a bit of a pity. Also, Parr tests his own thinkings as much as he tries […]
Some chapters are slow, others gripping. The suspense rises throughout the 1300 pages, into something so real that every time I want to check the news or Wikipedia for the fictional events happening in the book.
I like Bob’s wisdom, and I loved the beginning phase of the book. But it got repetitive quickly: if you’ve read a few articles you’ve read them all. What doesn’t help is that it’s all cynical and negative feedback.
This book just starts and never holds back. The quality of Capote’s writing is so impeccable, his attention to details in the characters. Capote could write about a sunny day and make it interesting. This book is a world, real but not the happiest, but one I loved to go back. This book just starts […]