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Book Review: Gentlemen of the Road by Michael Chabon

The story is full of twists and turns, perils and triumphs and it is populated by a collection of questionable characters. Read More »

Book Review: The Geography of Hope by Chris Turner

An environmental evangelical, not of sin and eternal fires of ecological collapse, but of virtue and paradise promised by change. Read More »

Book Review: The Fearsome Particles by Trevor Cole

Wickedly funny and searingly painful. Read More »

Book Review: Not a Happy Camper by Mindy Schneider

Thirteen is a backwoods place, a make-do place, where you find your own amusement. Like Mindy Schneider's summer camp. Read More »

Book Review: This is Your Brain on Music by Daniel Levitin

Levitin's curiosity allows the reader to share in not just an increased understanding of music, but also a sense of wonder. Read More »

Book Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling

From a storytelling point of view, the saga is fittingly, satisfyingly and conclusively complete. Read More »

Book Review: 28: Stories of AIDS in Africa by Stephanie Nolen

Reading Stephanie Nolen's book is a key step to increasing understanding. Read More »

Book Review: Rant: The Oral History of Buster Casey by Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk still has surprises up his sleeve. Read More »

Book Review: American Youth by Phil LaMarche

American Youth isn't so much a book about guns as it is one about cultural conflict and change. Read More »

Book Review: Bang Crunch by Neil Smith

Smith clearly loves the world in it's messy, car accident glory: Bang Crunch is an onomatopoeia of what it feels like to be alive. Read More »