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What I am reading

this is the highly subjective way I read and interpret literature

(the emphasis lies on literature, so you'll only find a couply of trashy readings here and there)

Currently reading

Der Große Weg hat kein Tor
Masanobu Fukuoka, Ronald Steinmeyer, Cecile Sprenger
Progress: 56/180 pages
The Undying Fire
H.G. Wells
Progress: 33 %
Fifty Egg Timer Short Stories
Richard Bunning

Na-na-na-na-na-na BATMAN!!

Becoming Batman: The Possibility of a Superhero - E. Paul Zehr

My mind went when I first heart about this book!

 

 

 

The first couple of chapters They were super exhausting, because the author would just touch on a subject, only to tell you that he's going into detail later. And then he would touch on the next subject only to tell you that he would go into detail later and so on and so on (for quite some time).

 

 

But then, and as soon as he finally started to discuss all the topics he touched on in the beginng the book really got interesting and fun!

 

I should mention, that the book actually starts at a molecular level and explains in a short, but comprehendable way the composition of your DNA, bone and muscle structure and how and why muscles and bones move the way they do. Sometimes quite exhausting, but very informative - and in the end you get the answer to the question you have been waiting for:

 

  Is it actually possible to become Batman?