The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
For thrilling books that are considerably more demanding, try these next…
The Teleportation Accident by Ned Beauman for contrivance and wit
The Passion by Jeanette Winterson for wonder and desperate love
S by JJ Abrams and Doug Dorst for revelations, plots and counter-plots
Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges for blazingly written, unforgettably brain twisting short stories
this is a compilation video of dogs that are too scared to walk past a cat
dogs are big babies
Is this like…cleft lip in a kitten, along with underdeveloped eye?
Whatever, still a kitten, still cute.
THE VANISHED RUIN ERA: San Francisco’s Classic Artistry of Ruin Depicted in Picture and Song, 1910, by Louis Stellmann. The pictures were taken by the author after the great earthquake. The book is a poetic and visual elegy to the by-gone era. It has a pare down modernistic sensibility yet retain its intended romantic sentiment.