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On Books

By Chris Castiglione

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Description

A podcast about books

Customer Reviews

Like suggested books from a smart friend

Chris Castig does the work that many readers want but have no time to do. He scours the shelves to find the books that truly add value to one's life.

Chris is a modern Renaissance man, and this is reflected in his wide-ranging yet always engaging book discussions. Check out his archives and you'll notice something...every book he discusses may not be for you, but there's at least one book on there for everybody.

On Books has earned a time slot in my morning commute.

Insightful Meditations on Texts

Creative, funny, and well-researched, Chris Castiglione's podcast is always an enjoyable listen.

His weekly choice of books is stellar and focused on practical takeaways from each texts. I love his treatment of each book, how he dissects the main arguments by the author, and the ramifications on his life. It really makes you reevaluate your assumptions about the world and the values and principles that shape your life.

Highly recommended. Keep up the great work, Chris.

OK, but not enough about the books

I've just completed listening to all available (so far). A few were interesting and valuable -- the rest were not. When the narrator is with his friends, the podcasts are poor. Their good time takes prioriry over content and quality. The narratro sounds to have an immature attachment to alcohol and shockingly poor grammar. Yes, this is negative halo effect (a good podcast), but it forms my opinion.

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