Jennifer Vega lives in NYC, and spends a lot of time reading and thinking about books—so much so that she will sometimes write an eight or nine hundred word review, whether anyone’s going to read it or not. You can read some of these thoughts on her blog: Effusions of Wit and Humour
Sunday, July 6 2014
Famous Baby is fun and funny and a bit flawed, just like its two main characters.
Monday, April 14 2014
In this thoughtful, entertaining novel, Marcel Theroux explores the ways in which we construct 'a workable self out of all the dissonant parts.'
Sunday, April 6 2014
Is Thomas Christopher Greene tipping his hat to the great Russian writers, particularly Dostoevsky, who combined thrillers, romance and domestic drama, too?
Wednesday, March 19 2014
Ron Currie Jr.'s smart, funny writing is overshadowed by an ambitious reach that falls short.
Tuesday, March 11 2014
Who loves Big Brother? You do. The Office of Mercy is only technically about the future. In spirit, it's about the here and now.
Thursday, January 26 2012
Clare Tomalin's timely biography focuses on how the man who wrote both heroes and villains so well found elements of both in himself.