An Arts & Literature Review
This book deals with the Crusades in general and the First Crusade in specific, and is at least as much about myth as history.
Recent books about avant-garde film critic Jonas Mekas.
Jamail’s journalistic skills allow him to evoke details with a succinct power that many other accounts might lack.
A giddy, heart-stopping read with distinctive, vibrant characters coming at you full throttle.
White Stag is thrilling and sharply complex throughout, exactly the kind of fiction debut that makes a reader eager for more.
For a book of 200 pages, The Misinformation Age covers a great deal of territory.
This is a continuation of the Safehold series by an author to stick with, a modern-day version of Golden Age SF.
Queen Elizabeth II has met more people, smiled into more eyes, and shaken more hands than any other human being on Earth.
A deeply researched account of the relentless persecution of the Knights Templar.
The Duke I Once Knew grows much stronger as it goes along and gains momentum, and its conclusion will put a smile on every reader’s face.
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