Book reviews


This is my 2022 project, I am going to review books!

Here is how I present the project.

More soon but feel free to send be good recommendation by email or using the form on the about page.

  • Au Printemps des Monstres : review 25 November 2023
    Une revue en français pour changer. De toute façon, plus de 900 pages pour ma version, est ce que ce livre sera un jour traduit en Anglais ? Au Printemps des ...
  • A Moveable Feast: review 30 September 2023
    Resuming my Hemingway cycle after a few other books, which I won’t review here, I decided to pick up the next book from my bookshelf : a Moveable Feast. In this ...
  • The Tent: review 27 August 2023
    Since I first witnessed the bloody brilliance of the plot of the Handmaid’s Tale, I wanted to read something from Margaret Atwood. I randomly found the Tent while visiting one of ...
  • The Old Man and the Sea: review 8 June 2023
    I have embarked om a Hemingway book cycle. In most of the authors and literature content I follow, Hemingway often appears as a source, model, inspiration for minimalist writing and ...
  • Ubik: review 24 March 2023
    Ubik takes place in a hellish future with too many things-as-a-service, in which people with special mental abilities (inertial/anti psi) are fighting against other less nice people with different mental ...
  • Popshot Quarterly: review 11 January 2023
    Last September, looking for something new, I bought a copy of Popshot Quarterly. It is a nicely illustrated magazine with short stories, flash fictions (I still doesn’t quite grasp the ...
  • This Is How You Lose the Time War: review 5 September 2022
    This Is How You Lose the Time War from Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. I don’t remember how this book even landed in my to-read list. After asking a few friends ...
  • The Software Architect Elevator: review 9 July 2022
    The light is not inviting, isn’t it? When you start to ask around to architects in IT be it purely IT or software, system, solutions, cloud, enterprise… there is this one ...
  • Eki-Libre: review 22 February 2022
    Sur un ton un peu moins corporate que d’habitude, voici une première revue littéraire en français, et peut-être pas la dernière. C’est Eki-Libre qui ouvre le bal. Attention, en tant que ...
  • The Culture Map: review 9 February 2022
    This book has been recommended to me by my dear friend Eitan. During a casual sunset drink in Lisbon last year, we were talking about the different ways or even ...
  • Metasploit: The Penetration Tester’s Guide 25 August 2013
    As working closely with IT systems, this is the book I wish I have read a long time ago. Written by David Kennedy, Jim O’Gorman, Devon Kearns and Mati Aharoni, all working in Security ...
  • HTML5: Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim 9 April 2011
    English Version: A nice book to discover HTML5 and the futur of the web. The author, Mark Pilgrim Engineer at Google, is describing the main features of HTML5 from the very basic ...