An Arts & Literature Review
This book delves into the ongoing struggle over the word “Christian” and its centrality to American politics.
A chronicle of one of the worst U.S. maritime disasters in the last 40 years.
A baldly honest YA novel that is refreshingly complex and significantly rewarding.
DC Comics has commemorated the #1000 issue milestone with this lavish anthology chronicling Superman's colorful career.
A finely-drawn fictional Viking world, full of characters who all share in common their harsh awareness that they could die tomorrow.
A deeply detailed panoramic of how fundamentally the war changed the world.
A Quiet Place is yet another step toward dignifying a genre whose potential for great storytelling has been ignored, squandered, and stands ripe for fulfillment.
A clear, fast-paced history heavily laden with implicit warnings.
Authentic characters, a compelling story, timeliness, and big ideas--The Female Persuasion excels on all counts.
The element that makes Becoming Madeleine such a treasure of a book is the wealth of primary sources.
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