Justin, a young man seated in wheelchair at desk, adapted keyboard and joystick mouse, John Green The Anthropocene Reviewed book at his finger tips and on Bookshare website on computer monitor
Reviews, Writing

Book of the year: The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green

One of the books I promised myself I would review this year is a book of deeply personal essays by my favorite author, John Green. As I mentioned in this earlier post from June, this was one of my favorite books of the year at that time: Top books read this year. I can’t say how much I enjoyed The Anthropocene Reviewed except to say it is a five-star experience for me. It is hopeful yet raw honesty that John Green is known for.

The introduction to the book is phenomenal, and the essay I found myself really loving is STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS. As long-time readers of the blog will know, I have Deep Brain Stimulation (links down below for information) and had that same staph infection that traveled along implanted leads going to my brain resulting in a long, painful summer and removal of my first attempt at DBS. Also, a one-star experience for me.

If you are looking for a book of rating everything on the five-star scale, from the qwerty keyboard to humanity’s temporal range to pandemics, this is the book for you. I think this is exactly what the world needs right now. I give The Anthropocene Reviewed five stars.

Writing

I am currently at forty-three thousand words on what I am calling a medical horror/fantasy book and I am having a blast. Wishing you all a blast this holiday season! Hope you make time for doing the things you love!

Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss my two-part New Year’s post where I talk about goals and hopes and recap some of the memorable stuff from the year. See you on Friday.

More about my DBS experience

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