I’ve been a fan of Bill Bryson’s ever since I read his highly-accessible popular science survey A Short History of Everything. His breezy writing style, palpable empathy, and droll humor immediately captured my attention and I’ve been on the lookout for similar books since then. In a Sunburned Country is the second book by Bryson I’ve read (I’ve since completed A Walk in the Woods and am slogging through At Home). Read the rest of this entry »
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