Present Tense Book Review – Fathers and Sons: Part 2

(Part One of this Present Tense Book Review.)

This is a book that really makes you think about the universality of human nature. It sets before you a series of characters, male and female, from different generations, and different classes, and describes their interactions simply but effectively. And then throws in some musings on the nature of science, our place in the universe, and what you can do with your life in the face of it’s ultimate futility. Read books like this, for one thing.

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