14 Books That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud: Today in Critical Linking

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Camille compiled the fourteen books—all full of dry humor, biting wit and satirical commentary—that always make her laugh out loud when she returns to them again and again. 

Funny books are chronically underrated, so here are 14 Books That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud


At Amazon’s annual meeting on Tuesday, company founder and chairman Jeff Bezos confirmed that the online retailer plans to open more physical stores, though he did not put a figure on how many new outlets are to come.

I just don’t get this strategy.


The novel will be abridged but will maintain the general story about symbologist Robert Langdon and cryptographer Sophie Neveu, who race to unravel a conspiracy that could shake Western culture.

The YA version will publish in Britain on Sept. 8 and in the United States on Sept. 13.

Speaking of things I don’t understand, apparently there is going to be a YA version of The Da Vinci Code.


The Amazon Fire 4K TV has just gained new functionality to read your Kindle Books. Called Kindle Books by Alexa, the service allows the robotic voice of Alexa to read any book in your Kindle ebook library.

Very cool.

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