An Arts & Literature Review
A decent summary of capitalism in America with brief but useful biographies of major figures.
Even the cynical reader can take from this book the sense that those with the greatest power in Congress still have a coherent set of values.
There will be more books like Down from the Mountain as more bears hit the immovable object of the American farming industry.
An 800-page biography of a bestselling historian written by another bestselling historian.
Delta-V never falters because it never doubts its own storytelling virtue.
The book is unfailingly fascinating reading, despite its appalling subject matter, with vividly drawn portraits of many of the people at the front lines.
Readers will need to assess the balance between an insightful overview of the birth of the United States alongside the usual starry-eyed heroic poem about Washington himself.
If Ellis is obsessed with anything as a craftsman, it’s voice.
In Metropolis, we meet the gimlet-eyed gumshoe with a penchant for wiseass humor in the summer of 1928.
Written with a surprisingly light tempo and an unerring instinct for, oddly enough, zingers.
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