An Arts & Literature Review
Iran Rising brings the story of the Islamic Republic through the throes of revolution and down to the present day.
Any hope that the book might somehow stagger on to hit some thought-provoking points is dashed fairly early and keeps getting dashed throughout the book
A multi-generational historical novel about the Forster family and their burgeoning but perpetually troubled soft drink company.
This book traces the author’s personal history and the well-known origin story of Facebook.
Pasulka deals with two general groups of people who “interpret, spin, produce, and market the story of UFO events to the general public.”
A speculative novel that dares to be rigorously inventive and left-field profound and wholly accessible.
A sharply whittled Scandanavian thriller by a husband and wife writing team.
There’s virtually nothing in this book that couldn’t have been written by a careful viewer of MSNBC.
A defense that seems full-throated but actually allows the defender a good deal of leeway to back out if things get rocky
A mystery that comes together like the bulletin board full of thread and pins.
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