The Curious Writer By Bruce Ballenger. Textbook Review By Cole Gustafson 11/18/10 A.D. Every century or so, a book comes along that challenges everything we think we know about the world…. Sorry, I meant the good one…. No, I meant the really good one…. But seriously….
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By Cole Gustafson
Every century or so, a book comes along that challenges everything we thinkweknow about the world…
Sorry, I meant the good one… everything we
No, I meant the really good one… everything we
And not to be forgotten… everything we
This is the story of one of everything we those types of books… but first:
“A work so provocative that I now consider myself tri-curious.”
The New York Review of Books
“Bruce Ballenger has only one thing left to say, ‘You’re Welcome, World.’”
The Atlantic Monthly
“A mythology unto itself. I can’t wait for the prequel to come out.”
“The Curious Writer makes my commas come off.”
This is the part of the presentation where Cole talks about some of the specific features of the textbook. This segment is not as nearly as exciting as the previous parts nor the parts to follow so you are encouraged to nod your head in feigned wonder and light ‘em if you got ‘em. Also, feel free to ponder how awesome The Black Eyed Peas are.
Yes, really, that many stars. In fact, so infatuated am I that I’ve decided to take things to the next level…