Considered - Culture
How bad is McDonald's, really? What happens if you freeze your body when you die? Why did everyone go so nuts over The West Wing?
Andrew Stuttaford's essays on culture are both eclectic and erudite. Arranged chronologically over a twenty-year period, these essays document Andrew's journalistic career and personal reflections on a changing world. Whether wandering through New York in the aftermath of 9/11, musing on his favourite writers (Ayn Rand, in particular), or debating whether to switch to e-cigarettes, Andrew writing is sharp and sensitive, full of wit and wisdom.
Read this compilation and you will come to know a fine, but as yet inadequately appreciated, voice.