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Spam Nation: How the Demand for Cheap Prescription Drugs Is Endangering Americans, Threatening National Security and Enriching the Cybercrime Underworld
Brian Krebs
What Do You Do With a Chocolate Jesus?: An Irreverent History of Christianity
Thomas Quinn
How Music Works
David Byrne

Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale

Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale - David Duchovny Slightly amusing. Slightly cute. Many bad puns. Some mild preaching about the way humans treat the world. An actor writes a story that tries to be a little too clever for its own good at times.
Elsie, a cow, one day discovers what fate awaits a farm cow - the slaughterhouse. She sets off with a pig and a turkey on a voyage to India, because she is told cows are revered there.
Never great, never entirely bad, Holy Cow is an opportunity for self indulgence by a successful actor who perhaps has long harboured a dream to write a book. He can now cross that off his list, and at least be comforted by knowing there's worse out there than this.
An ok light read.