The Saccharine Jesus

I just finished reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. It’s been a long time since I read it, if ever. The premise is a world of mostly self-imposed censorship, because people simply no longer desired to read and to think. it’s also a commentary on the passive nature of television and other audio media. This […]

Journeys of the Catechist by Alan Dean Foster

I’ve been a fan of Alan Dean Foster for years, all the way back to Splinter of the Mind’s Eye. His books have a nice balance of humor, plot movement and character development. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they also do a nice job of asking some very interesting questions. This series by […]