Review: The Year of Reading Dangerously: How Fifty Great Books (and Two Not-So-Great Ones) Saved My Life, by Andy Miller

Although he worked as a book editor in London, Miller felt that on closing in on his 40th birthday there were books he had been meaning to read for years. Life in the form of his career and family obligations had crept in. He was also spending far too much time reading emails, newspapers and magazines, doing Sudoku puzzles and crosswords and “piddling about on the Internet.” So he set himself a goal of reading the books he had been avoiding and this volume is his take on those books. I have read seven of them but feel inspired by the author to try some of the others. Why not see how many appeal to you?

RATING: * * * A good read

Reviewed by: kh

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