Playing with the UnSuggester

Further investigations reveal:

If you own A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, you are unlikely to own Socks Two from Vogue‘s Knitting on the Go series.
If you own Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny, you are unlikely to own Desiring God: meditations of a Christian hedonist by John Piper.
If you own One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, you are unlikely to own Definitely Dead, the sixth in Charlaine Harris’ series of Southern Vampire novels.
If you own The Color Purple by Alice Walker, you are unlikely to own F.A. Hayek’s classic economic treatise, The Road to Serfdom. Which is ironic, in a way.
If you own the Confessions of St Augustine, you are unlikely to own Sherilynn Kenyon’s vampire romance, Night Pleasures.
If you own The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, you are unlikely to own D.A. Carson’s highly regarded textbook warning against Exegetical Fallacies.

I could go on all day. It is interesting that theology texts, and paranormal romance, seem to be somewhat isolated bodies of literature.

One thought on “Playing with the UnSuggester

  1. May I ask approximately how long it took for you to read all the Hugos? I’ve wanted to try this myself, but I haven’t made it very far yet.

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