I went to the library yesterday to pick up three books I’ve reserved.
One was Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl—a classic, nonfiction book about holocaust. The other was Artemis by Andy Weir—his recently released book after The Martian, which I love. The last was The Woman Who Fooled the World—a nonfiction book by journos Beau Donelly and Nick Toscano, telling the story of con artist Belle Gibson, who made millions by claiming that she had healed her cancer by eating a healthy diet. Thing is: she never had cancer.
I was excited, because all three books have quite a number of reserves.
I walked to the reserved bookshelf, and found the first two books easily. But I couldn’t find the latter.Read more →