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Perhaps it is only logical that the author of a book on the anatomy of a city (The Work) and the anatomy of a skyscraper (The Heights) should next transport us to the subject of moving by land, sea, and air. As in her previous books, Kate Ascher is not content to graft the factoids of dreary old pundits; instead, she takes us into the mechanics, technologies, networks, and communications that keep us moving in ways that would have astounded our ancestors. All in all, The Way to Go makes perfect commute and travel reading; editor's recommendation.