An Arts & Literature Review
An expertly woven history of the family who played a critical role in defining the area of New England we call Vermont.
This author covers broad stretches of legal and social history, and charts the changing nature of privacy in the public eye.
Stark brings a welcome bit of balance to the story of Washington’s early years.
A study of the ways incomes fluctuate and the factors that determine what widens and narrows income inequality.
A sparkling and confident novel that asks big questions about motherhood, adoption, and race.
A unique and satirical take on the creation of a dystopian society.
The story of three generations of women, as well as the effects of Soviet rule on their lives.
A chilling, detailed account of a deadly clash between the power of nature and the fallibility of human judgement.
Artificial Condition is the second book in Martha Wells's popular science fiction action/adventure series The Murderbot Diaries.
A direct and engaging narrative line runs throughout The Black Prince, making it an involving reading experience.
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