James K. Decker's The Burn Zone is the best damned science fiction book this reviewer has read in quite some time.
Go back in history and view the beginning of the American Revolution through the eyes of its participants.
What if we beat guns into plowshares?
Lesch examines what went wrong in a region once considered the future of the Middle East, now embroiled in a brutal and protracted civil war.
This demanding, postmodern epic is a hysterical, paranoid journey through the chaos at the end of WWII.
Stanley Kubrick paints an unsettlingly beautiful image of a timelessly ugly subject: war.
The story of how the West was won.
A fairly adept (if overly pretentious) production.
Can the darkeness of your background keep you from becoming who you are meant to be?
Frankie says "Relax" — and to pick this set up.