I enjoyed reading N. D. Wilson’s fiction, The Ashtown Burials and 100 Cupboards series, and have heard a few interesting interviews from him about his writing and worldview. So I figured a nonfiction book by him would also be good. Notes From the Tilt-A-Whirl is a collection of essays about…well, who knows. It seems to be a bunch of stream-of-consciousness observations about the world around us. But honestly, I can’t tell what the point is. I gave this a few chapters, but then just felt like I was wasting my time. I’ll stick to his fiction from now on.