$10,000 for a first edition book? Think about it. Or a million.
I was chatting with a friend last night, about how I’d searched for months for a reasonably-priced, first edition copy of 503 more words
The future is impossible to predict, unless you’re George Orwell or Aldous Huxley. Bereft of flying cars and the cycling popularity of boy bands, Orwell and Huxley still have each drawn a future with eerie similarities to our own world now–despite the vast differences in how each author chose to represent his unique dystopia. 1,619 more words