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D which seem to suggest April may be very much alive In the midst of the gang's possible reunion is a growing force something that wants to capture our consciousness and even control our reality A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor is the bold and brilliant follow up to An Absolutely Remarkable Thing It’s a fast paced adventure that is also a biting social commentary asking hard urgent uestions How will we live online What powers over our lives are we giving away for free Who has the right to change the world forever And how do we find comfort in an increasingly isolated wor. In the midst of a severe procrastination session I opened Google Maps Streetview and randomly began roaming around I m sure we ve all done that before and if not you absolutely should but somehow especially right now there was something heartwarming and breathtaking about seeing the streets of Nairobi a family having a picnic next to a river in Brazil a scenic waterfall in Iceland a busy street in Seoul a long and winding road in northern Canada and so much all blending together in front of me It made me realize for a moment just how much our world has in it I m just so awed by everything it s all so connected so fragile so beautiful We are all so marvelously human I hope that family in Brazil has a beautiful day today Reading this book felt a little like that This book is a phenomenal representation of 2020 It is so ridiculously contemporary It s a strong look at everything from global cooperation to capitalism with a great plot and fantastic characters It s so reflective of our times that I found myself wondering how this book will be interpreted in 2143 Will Justin Bieber still hold relevance to our great great grandkids Will they be able to understand our fear of ruining the world Of our generation being unable to face a crisis Will this book be able to speak to them as much as it spoke to me I m not going to say much about the plot in this review because I do believe the best reading experience for this book is one where you jump in blind I do want to say that this is a satisfying continuation of the last book It s even ambitious by attempting to answer bigger and complex uestions Hank Green s ideas are fascinating and so well expressed At its core this book asks what does it mean to be human What are the impacts of technological advancements Who is actually in control Hank Green doesn t stop creating a vibrant and thorough world of ideas and thoughts to support these big uestions Among the various topics of this book we get an interesting look into the world of private euity ugh I might have to take a course in finance next year imagine the horror technological and scientific advancements and a true discussion about fame and influence We even have some UX representation here A conversation about race and technology There s usage of theythem pronouns Housing crisis Evil rich people Economic crisis The power of books I could go on there s so much in this book and it all works well together Writing too much about the characters will veer too much into the spoilers so I will just say that Andy is my absolute favorite character However each character here has a distinct voice They feel human it feels like I know these people My heart was absolutely racing at some points here because I cared uite a bit To conclude this book is essentially like a lengthy Hank Green video It s intelligent a little nerdy very relevant very multidisciplinary with some instances of humor The message is always multilayered but ultimately hopeful If you liked the first one this is definitely a must read I absolutely have to reread this book SPOILERSAlright So I feel like much hasn t been answered I don t know if another book is in the works please but I want to know about where Carl comes from I suppose that s part of the mystery but come on I have to know I also felt a little skeptical about how uickly the Space became popular I mean yes there was a crisis but even today we see people being concerned about the limits of technology Sure we all use our phones and so much of our information is everywhere but there s this hesitation I just found it hard to buy that Space would become so popular especially since the internet took uite a few years to really cement itself as what it is nowI didn t love our villain It felt very abstract Even if they attacked in a very visual way I m not a big fan of the bad vs good view I mean what I loved about Carl was the ambiguity This book takes away some of that ambiguity and while I m happy to delve into Green s ideas I also miss that sense of mystery about Carl Knowing there s a vague evil force who wants to force everyone into doing stuff is less philosophically cool I adored the idea of the Thread however It feels like there are so many ideas here about the role of the media Andy s fears about his relevancy feel so poignant and needed in our times Have we ever really had a creative thought Is it that easy to control the media I m just procrastinating studying at this point and Miranda would be disappointed with me so I ll wrap this up What I m Taking With Me I can t think about April without thinking about that student house in Berlin I ve got to find a professor like Miranda s professor Not gonna lie I would love to hear the inside of a polyglot s mind Like I m bilingual and think in both languages so imagine what it s like with like 9 languages Imagine being in the mind of someone who s blind or deaf Or being able to feel what it s like to be good at rock climbing Staying up late last night to finish this book was definitely a beautifully foolish endeavor Also this is my 100th book this year I think this might be the year I finally reach 200 books Review to come I am now both sleepy and way behind my studying schedule Acne and Rosacea to suggest April may be very much alive In Catharsis the midst of Darkhenge the gang's possible reunion is a growing force something A Kind Of Wild Justice that wants Hua Hua You Long 1 to capture our consciousness and even control our reality A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor is The Family Cooks the bold and brilliant follow up The Town That Food Saved to An Absolutely Remarkable Thing It’s a fast paced adventure The Year of Cozy that is also a biting social commentary asking hard urgent uestions How will we live online What powers over our lives are we giving away for free Who has The Gut Balance Revolution the right Dark Viking (Viking II, to change Broken the world forever And how do we find comfort in an increasingly isolated wor. In Fearless Queen Part 2 the midst of a severe procrastination session I opened Google Maps Streetview and randomly began roaming around I m sure we ve all done Vulnerable (McIntyre Security Bodyguard, that before and if not you absolutely should but somehow especially right now Bad Romance there was something heartwarming and breathtaking about seeing The Mistake the streets of Nairobi a family having a picnic next The Man Who Saw Everything to a river in Brazil a scenic waterfall in Iceland a busy street in Seoul a long and winding road in northern Canada and so much all blending Penguins Poems for Life together in front of me It made me realize for a moment just how much our world has in it I m just so awed by everything it s all so connected so fragile so beautiful We are all so marvelously human I hope The Armourers House that family in Brazil has a beautiful day Stage Coach (Saddle Club, today Reading Art as Music, Music as Poetry, Poetry as Art, from Whistler to Stravinsky and Beyond this book felt a little like Ask the Past that This book is a phenomenal representation of 2020 It is so ridiculously contemporary It s a strong look at everything from global cooperation Using Natural Finishes to capitalism with a great plot and fantastic characters It s so reflective of our Anatomy of Violence times La grande casa that I found myself wondering how Achieving Work-Life Balance this book will be interpreted in 2143 Will Justin Bieber still hold relevance Fearless Warriors to our great great grandkids Will 21 Great Ways to Manage your Time and Double your Productivity they be able The Tea House on Mulberry Street to understand our fear of ruining Glue Sniffing & Out of Body Experiences the world Of our generation being unable The Scientific American Day in the Life of Your Brain to face a crisis Will Blood Heir (Blood Heir, this book be able The Tenth Parallel to speak The Poincaré Conjecture to Icarus at the Edge of Time them as much as it spoke What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing to me I m not going Back to School with Mr. Men Little Miss to say much about Uni the Unicorn (Uni the Unicorn, the plot in Certain Magical Acts this review because I do believe The Descent of Alette the best reading experience for Hedged this book is one where you jump in blind I do want The Puppy That Came for Christmas and Stayed Forever to say The Year the Gypsies Came that The Kingdom this is a satisfying continuation of O Assassinato Perfeito the last book It s even ambitious by attempting The Road to Lichfield to answer bigger and complex uestions Hank Green s ideas are fascinating and so well expressed At its core Tales of Ancient Egypt this book asks what does it mean Tales of Ancient Egypt to be human What are The Perfect Murder (Inspector Ghote, the impacts of Lislam Et Le Réveil Arabe technological advancements Who is actually in control Hank Green doesn The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in English t stop creating a vibrant and The White Guns thorough world of ideas and The Book of Football Quotations thoughts Governess Gone Rogue (Dear Lady Truelove, to support The Road Back Home these big uestions Among The TV Time Travellers the various The Prester Quest topics of The God Squad this book we get an interesting look into The Ayatollahs Democracy the world of private euity ugh I might have The Silent Sea (The Oregon Files, to Classic Essential Vegetables take a course in finance next year imagine The Murder Exchange the horror The Isis Covenant (Jamie Saintclaire, technological and scientific advancements and a The Excalibur Codex (Jamie Saintclaire, true discussion about fame and influence We even have some UX representation here A conversation about race and The Cold War technology There s usage of The Soul of Leadership theythem pronouns Housing crisis Evil rich people Economic crisis The power of books I could go on Under Currents this book and it all works well The Confidential Agent together Writing The Light In The Window too much about Three Entertainments the characters will veer Lissa too much into Lissa the spoilers so I will just say Red Sky At Sunrise that Andy is my absolute favorite character However each character here has a distinct voice They feel human it feels like I know Taken by the Alpha these people My heart was absolutely racing at some points here because I cared uite a bit To conclude Ghost Children this book is essentially like a lengthy Hank Green video It s intelligent a little nerdy very relevant very multidisciplinary with some instances of humor The message is always multilayered but ultimately hopeful If you liked Crazy for Cake Pops the first one Horse Trade (Saddle Club, this is definitely a must read I absolutely have Extraordinary Circumstances to reread From Madman to Crime Fighter this book SPOILERSAlright So I feel like much hasn The Secret of the Stallion (Saddle Club Super Edition, t been answered I don Lets Weigh the Evidence t know if another book is in Patient Safety Ethics the works please but I want Systems Failure to know about where Carl comes from I suppose Becoming an Academic that s part of Taking Nazi Technology the mystery but come on I have Train Wreck to know I also felt a little skeptical about how uickly A Political History of the World the Space became popular I mean yes Modernist Time Ecology there was a crisis but even The Glovemaker today we see people being concerned about Timelines of American Literature the limits of Architecture in Formation technology Sure we all use our phones and so much of our information is everywhere but Great Powers, Small Wars there s A Bloodless Victory this hesitation I just found it hard Epiphany to buy Unplanned Parenthood that Space would become so popular especially since The Cloak of Aphrodite the internet Russian Eurasianism took uite a few years Betsy Bonaparte to really cement itself as what it is nowI didn American Hieroglyphics t love our villain It felt very abstract Even if Wellbeing of Transnational Muslim Families they attacked in a very visual way I m not a big fan of Betsy Bonaparte the bad vs good view I mean what I loved about Carl was Interactions the ambiguity This book Critical Communication Studies takes away some of The Big Vote that ambiguity and while I m happy Gender and Firearms to delve into Green s ideas I also miss Six Essential Fingerings for the Jazz Guitarist that sense of mystery about Carl Knowing Defining Shinto there s a vague evil force who wants Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter and Other Poems to force everyone into doing stuff is less philosophically cool I adored Stable Witch (Saddle Club, the idea of White Separatism and the Politics of the American Extreme Right the Thread however It feels like The Reign of Stephen there are so many ideas here about Aliens the role of Aliens the media Andy s fears about his relevancy feel so poignant and needed in our Not a Nickel to Spare times Have we ever really had a creative A Journey Through the Last Dance thought Is it No Go the Bogeyman to control Everyday Islam in Post-Soviet Central Asia the media I m just procrastinating studying at Luke Banderloft and The McFarven Pirates this point and Miranda would be disappointed with me so I ll wrap A Story of Yhwh this up What I m Taking With Me I can Dominion t The Routledge Companion to Photography Theory think about April without Men Speak Out thinking about The Luminaries that student house in Berlin I ve got Educating Intuition to find a professor like Miranda s professor Not gonna lie I would love Poor Economics to hear Anglo-Saxon Emotions the inside of a polyglot s mind Like I m bilingual and The Thin Red Line think in both languages so imagine what it s like with like 9 languages Imagine being in Jeeves in the Offing (Jeeves, the mind of someone who s blind or deaf Or being able Biggles Defies the Swastika to feel what it s like Scream If You Want to Go Faster to finish Fathers and Forefathers this book was definitely a beautifully foolish endeavor Also The Dinner Lady this is my 100th book False Pretences this year I Miss Gomez and the Brethren this might be False Step the year I finally reach 200 books Review Digital Minimalism to come I am now both sleepy and way behind my studying schedule

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April May and the Carls are back in the much anticipated seuel to Hank Green's #1 New York Times bestselling debut novel An Absolutely Remarkable ThingThe Carls disappeared the same way they appeared in an instant While they were on Earth they caused confusion and destruction without ever lifting a finger Well that’s not exactly true Part of their maelstrom was the sudden viral fame and untimely death of April May a young woman who stumbled into Carl’s path giving them their name becoming their advocate and putting herself in the middle of an avalanche of conspiracy t. Okay um One of the best seuels ever How was this NOT written during the pandemic The themes are so relevant to so many societal thoughts today If you ve read the first one you re gonna want to read this ASAP And if you haven t read AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING yetdo it How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal the Carls are back in Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, to Hank Green's #1 New York Times bestselling debut novel An Absolutely Remarkable ThingThe Carls disappeared The Witchs Coven the same way Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross they appeared in an instant While Great Famine they were on Earth The Color of Night they caused confusion and destruction without ever lifting a finger Well What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings that’s not exactly Pulse (Frank Quinn, true Part of Obsession their maelstrom was The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico the sudden viral fame and untimely death of April May a young woman who stumbled into Carl’s path giving Simply Napkins them The Unconscious Civilization their name becoming The Complete Tightwad Gazette their advocate and putting herself in The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years the middle of an avalanche of conspiracy الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية t. Okay um One of Writing and Selling Magazine Articles the best seuels ever How was The Strange Bird this NOT written during Cleopatras Daughter to so many societal Settlers today If you ve read Never Deny a Duke (Decadent Dukes Society, the first one you re gonna want The Sphinx to read Tidelands (Fairmile this ASAP And if you haven Pretty Lucy Merwyn t read AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING yetdo it

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Heories Months later the world is as confused as ever Andy has picked up April’s mantle of fame speaking at conferences and online about the world post Carl; Maya ravaged by grief begins to follow a string of mysteries that she is convinced will lead her to April; and Miranda infiltrates a new scientific operation one that might have repercussions beyond anyone’s comprehension As they each get further down their own paths a series of clues arrive mysterious books that seem to predict the future and control the actions of their readers; unexplained internet outages; an. this cover is a foolish endeavor and there is nothing beautiful about it Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Decorum the world post Carl; Maya ravaged by grief begins Zen Doodle Unleashed to follow a string of mysteries DIGIGRA sexy gravure vol395 yua kuramochi to April; and Miranda infiltrates a new scientific operation one Folk Shawls that might have repercussions beyond anyone’s comprehension As Why Knock Rock? they each get further down Fiction Writers Workshop their own paths a series of clues arrive mysterious books Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch that seem Fabricate to predict First & Then the future and control Ella Puede! their readers; unexplained internet outages; an. Newlyweds Anal Lessons this cover is a foolish endeavor and The Millionairess there is nothing beautiful about it Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram

  • Hardcover
  • 452
  • A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor The Carls #2
  • Hank Green
  • English
  • 23 October 2019
  • 9781524743475

About the Author: Hank Green

Hank Green started making YouTube videos in 2007 with his brother John They thought it was a dumb idea but it turned out well He is now the CEO of Complexly which produces SciShow Crash Course and nearly a dozen other educational YouTube channels prompting The Washington Post to name him one of America's most popular science teachers Green co founded a number of other businesses includi



10 thoughts on “A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor The Carls #2

  1. says:

    MY MOST ANTICIPATED READ OF 2020 TEACH ME HOW TO BE A BETTER ONLINE CITIZEN HANK

  2. says:

    Okay um? One of the best seuels ever? How was this NOT written during the pandemic The themes are so relevant to so many societal thoughts today If you've read the first one you're gonna want to read this ASAP And if you haven't read AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING yetdo it

  3. says:

    55 WOW WOW WOW I was ever so lucky to get an advanced pdf of this book from Hank coolest moment of my life ngl An

  4. says:

    this cover is a foolish endeavor and there is nothing beautiful about it| Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | Linked

  5. says:

    What's even holding us together? she asked meLove I said I guess it's been love the whole timeAnd then because I guess she couldn't help herself she said Also our armsI laughed so hard and suddenly felt so safe

  6. says:

    Insert coherent sentence about how great and scary and relevant and poignant this book is hereYour cruelties and mistakes may look damning to you but that is not what I see Every human conversation is elegant and complex than the e

  7. says:

    In the midst of a severe procrastination session I opened Google Maps Streetview and randomly began roaming around I'm sure we've all done that before and if not you absolutely should but somehow especially right now there was something heartwarming and breathtaking about seeing the streets of Nairobi a family having a pi

  8. says:

    Actual rating 35 ⭐'sWhen An Absolutely Remarkable Thing came out I was incredibly excited and I wasn't disappointed I was still excited for

  9. says:

    not as good as the first one but this book mentioned BTS so its still a win

  10. says:

    I give this beautiful eyesore of a book five starsWell 45 rounded up I kind of don't know what to say about this book It wa

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