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“The Ledger and the Chain emerges as an essential and definitive work to stand alongside Walter Johnson’s Soul by Soul, Edward E.
“Chomsky wrote Central America’s Forgotten History because ‘most US Americans, even those who decry the abusive treatment of immigrants, remain blissfully oblivious to the historie
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“Readers who enjoy political intrigue in their fantasy will find Beaton’s debut deeply satisfying.”
“Hunter spares no details about any aspect of his life, so that we feel his cautious optimism when he enters yet another rehab or recovery program and crash with him when he inevitably begi
“What is made clear in this latest collection of stories is that Murakami is a master storyteller.”
“Cemetery Ink takes you on a poetic journey to various places, such as psychiatric hospitals, haunted islands, goat pastures, streets teeming with homeless women, and invites you t
“Berger does a great job here of not only profiling SpaceX, but also capturing the total brinksmanship of its swashbuckling founder.”
Jacob Dinezon (1851–1919) has been a commanding figure in late 19th century Eastern European Jewish literature.
Natalie Baszile first caught a whiff of fame with her novel, Queen Sugar, that was adapted for TV and co-produced by Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey.
The Not-So-Scary Dog is a book about a boy who is afraid to go to a birthday party because his friend has a big dog.