GOOD READS

Book Review: Mr. Mercedes

Out of the pre-dawn fog it comes, like a 12-cylinder ghost, plowing through the desperate crowd of job seekers. The giant Mercedes, piloted by a freak in a clow...

Book Review: The Martian

We’ve all been there—stuck in a Martian windstorm trying to get to the escape ship before the maelstrom tips it over, when bam! We’re knocked senseless by a pie...

Go Set a Watchman

When a 26-year-old Jean Louise Finch, known by lovers of To Kill a Mockingbird as Scout, comes home from New York, where she’s lived since she left Maycomb to g...

Dying to Remember

Each day, when he awakes, Doctor Chris Barnes’ memory of everything recent, other than a vague image of a plate of shellfish and a beautiful naked woman who isn...

The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train is one of those books that, like many of its characters, seems like one thing when you start it and turns into something completely differ...

Light of the World

James Lee Burke’s Light of the World is the twentieth book in the Dave Robicheaux series, published in 2013 by Pocket Books. It is the story of the book’s epony...

A Spool of Blue Thread

When the skies are gray and the snow is swirling outside the window, we need a prescription for our cabin fever. More cowbell? Not for me -- a warm sofa, a cozy...

Yes Please

Fans of Amy Poehler are proud to see her new book  “Yes Please”  finally line the shelves of bookstores. Since its recent release in October of 2014 the book ha...

Oh My Darling

Empowerment is a beautiful thing. In a world driven by consumerism and comparison, it can be easy to fall prey to the if-only's and what-if's the media uses to ...

“Gardeners of Eden”

At its core, Gardeners of Eden: Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature, by Dan Dagget is a lesson in human ecology, or the study of “the relationship between hu...
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