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Book Review: Evolution for Everyone – How Darwin’s Theory Can Change the Way We Think About Our Lives by David Sloan Wilson

Evolution may be for everyone, but this book is only for some. At least it's not The God Delusion. Read More »

Book Review: Wall and Piece by Banksy

Amusing, engaging, and most of all inspirational. Read More »

Book Review: After Dark by Haruki Murakami

A delicious, lingering book that gets clearer and muddier with every chapter. Read More »

Book Review: Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky

Genius and poignancy come together in a half-finished book that feels perfect. Read More »

Book Review: The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid

Hamid treats us to an articulate narrator walking through and away from the American Dream. Read More »

Book Review: David Golder by Irene Nemirovsky

A perfect character portrait within an unengaged novella. Read More »

Book Review: The House of Meetings by Martin Amis

It's been done before, done better, and done without leaving a nasty aftertaste. Read More »

Diamonds Are a Git’s Best Friend

Without massive marketing and massive insecurity complexes, would we dig these bastards out of the ground? Read More »

Book Review: Goya by Robert Hughes

Hughes has produced a stunning book on the life and works of Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes. Read More »

Book Review: Things I Didn’t Know by Robert Hughes

Bafflingly, Hughes has produced a disappointing Godfather Part III of an autobiography. Read More »