Review of Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah, his memoir of growing up surrounded by apartheid.
Review of Chuck Palahniuk’s Beautiful You, his take on 50 shades mixed with a takedown of capitalism and male fragility.
Review and summary of Fredrik Backman’s Beartown, the story of a small hockey town and the event that tears them all apart.
Review of Kafka on the Shore by Murakami, another magical realism journey from the Japanese master of the eclectic genre.
Review of Talli: Daughter of the Moon, a fantasy graphic novel that highlights the powers, and dangers, of becoming a young woman.
Review of Immortal North, an amazingly well crafted novel that will truly stand the test of time to become a classic of American Literature.
Review of The Autumnal, a spooky graphic novel series about a haunted town and what it takes to break a curse turned cult belief.
Review of Behind You: One Shot Horror Stories, a collection of web comics that work better in that form than as a full book.