Lunchtime WSJ book reviews

I started a paper subscription to WSJ right as the pandemic started, and as we eat family lunch, with no phones allowed, I quickly skim the paper.

I wish I had done this earlier, but also, I know I couldn’t have, because this “15-minute window” is the only way that that I could physically read it — mornings and evenings are too rushed, and night is for doing uninterrupted work that the fragmented daytime doesn’t permit.

Also, I’ve found the reviews are surprisingly useful, I definitely didn’t expect to be reading and learning about new stuff this way.

Here, as an example, a book review excerpt from today’s (well, yesterday’s, I have a one-day reading lag) paper.

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