Pretty short as it only took me 20 minutes to read, but I guess worth signing up to the mailing list to get for free. It is just a prologue to the Quantum series.
The writings compiled in this book do an excellent job at describing the mostly negative impacts that WWII had on its contributors, certainly making me feel like I have it pretty easy (I do!). It did get pretty repetitive and is not what I would describe as a page turner past about halfway. I closed it up with about 20 pages left to go, not that it was bad but just that I didn't feel that I had anything to gain by reading the last 20 pages (nor the previous 50-100 pages).
I found this game on the No Bullshit Games page, which lists games that don't have IAPs or ads. So generally they cost a couple bucks, and I believe this one did.
I really like the mechanics of this game. Little agents move around your system of facilities automatically performing tasks. It reminds me of the World/Kingdom of Keflings which I played nigh on a decade ago. Setting up automated systems like this is one of my favorite game mechanics.
Wacky. It's about people being abducted by aliens for mind control purposes, so basically all of the stereotypical stuff with a mild plot wrapped around it. A little cheesier than I expected.
I bought this as my second motorcycle, looking for something a little more casual than the CBR 1000F. It was a bit neglected by the previous owner after he had been rear-ended on it, and then I had some trouble as described in this forum post:
This jumped around a lot.