Yeah, the form gives it away–this was a piece rejected by McSweeney’s. I still think it’s pretty funny, though.
This dystopian novel from over 30 years ago feels frighteningly relevant to our current political situation.
George R.R. Martin’s collection of novellas set in Westeros’s past are a fun take on Arthurian romance.
A report from M. Poppins, agent of the crown.
Ta-Nehisi Coates’s essay collection shows his growth as a writer over 8 years.
Gillian Flynn’s earlier novel is like Garden State written by Patricia Highsmith.
John Hodgman’s latest essay collection is a break from his previous works.
Richard Stark’s second Parker novel gets into a nice groove.
Re-reading Connie Willis’s novel gave me a new appreciation for it.
I wish I had more to say about this novel, but all I can really do is love it.
Elmore Leonard’s famed novel left me a little cold.