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reviewed on Sept 29, 2011
Madeline Miller, Photograph: Nina Subin, courtesy of The Guardian
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller – review
The Song of Achilles, loosely based on Homer's Iliad, presents Achilles as a romantic figure.
reviewed on Sept 9, 2021
image courtesy of the Feminist Book Club
Book Review: It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
by Yasi Agah
In It Ends with Us, Colleen Hoover uses the story of a love triangle to illustrate the insidiousness of domestic abuse.
Sept 8, 2021
In This Poetic New Novel, An Ancient Form Of Dance Frees A Modern Storyteller
by Marcela Davison Aviles
A beautiful novel of healing through dance
Sept 7, 2021
Ode to a Denny’s Hobbit Menu
Different than a traditional review, but if you are interested in a playful combination of your favorite stories with the culinary arts, this is a great read.
reviewed on July 29, 2018
They Both Die at the End Review
Adam Silvera's book explores the question: What if you knew you only had one day left to live?
reviewed on Oct 5, 2021
Jonathan Franzen’s Crossroads is an opus on humiliation. It’s very good.
Crossroads, the first book in an upcoming trilogy, is an exploration of America, the church, and the changing power dynamics of a family.
Sept 8, 2021
George M. Johnson Wants Young People to Know They Are Enough
by Nylah Burton
A Black queer memoir about growing up in New Jersey