Melita Teale is a writer and media analyst.
Evolution may be for everyone, but this book is only for some. At least it's not The God Delusion.
Amusing, engaging, and most of all inspirational.
A delicious, lingering book that gets clearer and muddier with every chapter.
Genius and poignancy come together in a half-finished book that feels perfect.
Hamid treats us to an articulate narrator walking through and away from the American Dream.
A perfect character portrait within an unengaged novella.
It's been done before, done better, and done without leaving a nasty aftertaste.
Without massive marketing and massive insecurity complexes, would we dig these bastards out of the ground?
Hughes has produced a stunning book on the life and works of Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes.
Bafflingly, Hughes has produced a disappointing Godfather Part III of an autobiography.