But for overindulgent ending, Phillipe Claudel's latest novel epitomizes the term 'Kafkaesque.'
A fun look at a squeamish topic, wombats at all.
Zombies tend to spike in the public imagination when we are struggling against some fear of authoritarian control.
If you can't explain why you love or hate a book then shut it up!
A joyful book, full of fun, interest and great imagination.
An extraordinary collection that will no doubt draw new readers, intrigued by what poetry is able to achieve.
An academic looks at what Victorians did with books.
The Mistake is an expertly written, compulsively readable novel that repays the reading with rich reflection.
A magnificent study of both The Inklings and literary groups in general.
The multiple-award winning musical spoof returns to Los Angeles for a run at Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater.