Paul Collins teaches writing at Portland State University, and his work appears regularly in New Scientist, Slate, and The Believer. His next book, The Murder of the Century, will be published in June by Crown.
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11 Responses to “In Search of the World’s Most Boring Book Title”
We now have Pi to a million decimal places in a book entitled ‘Pi’ – surely the only book that could possibly be more boring is Pi to 2 trillion plus places that some computer did recently. Imagine reading it!
the pi one, i would read the other one, the other one is a story the other tells you of something happining. pi nothing ever changes. pi has been the same my hole life, and i know end it’s a # wiptty freakin do! my god!!!