Full Title: Your Flying Car Awaits: Robot Butlers, Lunar Vacations, and Other Dead-Wrong Predictions of the Twentieth Century
Entertaining, but ultimately forgettable. This book is written in a light style, so was not a difficult read. Interesting for the most part, it did get dull in certain parts, probably due to my own interest in the differing subject matter. Milo seems to have gotten lazy in a few places, either in his research or his writing, or both. He brings up questions and neglects to answer them satisfactorily. Certain discussions could've used more time, and others could have used less. I didn't have strong feelings either way about this book.