For a medium that prides itself on pushing the visual edges, here we find exposition rather than fancy, and monochrome in place of color, words, yes, but no images.
Should the fact of Laura Wilder's dated prejudices lead us to abandon Little House and its sequels?
Royden Poole is having a very bad day. Strong armed into investigating a break-in, the theft of everything but a half million dollars in unmarked bills, two missing-persons cases and a shooting with no body, all he wants to do is go back to pretending to be dead.
This is intended to appeal to Beatle fanatics, though it offers little in the way of new insights, facts, and stories.
Conversations With Myself is a collage of important moments that provide an intensely realistic portrayal of an amazing man.
Why would as popular an author as J.K. Rowling feel the need or desire to publish under a different name?
Marc Dugain's novella about a soldier wounded in WWI has probably never been more relevant than now.
An autobiography that includes stealing from priests, going to the navy with Artie Shaw and fighting the law (Dead Kennedys style, somewhat).
Sometimes the value of a book is far more than the price of the book.
Charles Yu creates a world so strange in 'Sorry. Please. Thank You. Stories.' that it just might be real.