George Saunders’s initial collection of stories is disturbing and thought-provoking in just the right way. Yes, his novel made me want to read everything else he wrote.
After going after pornographers, blackmailers, and murderers in past novels, Philip Marlowe is on the hunt for…A MISSING COIN. But some of those other people get involved too.
I’m ambivalent about John Darnielle’s latest book, but there’s definitely something of value in what he writes about.
George Saunders’s debut novel is the best of the year so far, and definitely the book I’m going to be the most annoying about getting you to read.
Sense and sensibility strive to control the course of English magic in this incredibly fun fusion of historical fiction and fantasy.
Chandler’s second Philip Marlowe novel has a nastier tone than the first and amps up the dry humor.
The singer-songwriter’s latest album builds on the late-80s sound he’s been developing on his last few records, and gives us his strongest collection of songs in a long time.
After re-reading the first of Chandler’s Philip Marlowe novels, I was struck by just how wonderfully conceived and economically presented this book and its central character are.
Let’s not lose our heads just yet: live as well as you can, help those in need, fight injustice.