An Arts & Literature Review
Two towering figures in the history of American wildlife conservation advance and refine the concept of public lands in America.
Russell’s prose is appropriately simplistic, but rich with nuance.
Tells its multiple stories with a clean workmanship that feels both old-fashioned and a bit revolutionary.
Infectiously page-turning, despite being laughably silly (a familiar to Patterson fans).
A very readable guide surveying the inner faith-lives of a generation most Americans find baffling at best.
Solstad’s prose is efficient, curlicued with self-reflection, wrapping itself around patches of dry irony with ease.
A novel guaranteed to appear on every “most anticipated” list before a word of it had been written.
Lynch encourages us to quest for knowledge by constant inquiry.
A well-grounded tale of heroes and antiheroes.
Northrop’s writing exactly matches the upbeat humor of Duarte’s visuals.
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