REVIEW: BLAZE ISLAND
With Blaze Island, Catherine Bush brings climate science and the climate crisis into a work of literary fiction alongside some of our existential habits of denial.
REVIEW: HAMNET AND JUDITH
Words on these pages act like a time machine that propels you back to the time of Shakespeare.
REVIEW: DEATH IN HER HANDS
With many of us still isolating at home, Death in Her Hands offers a compelling--albeit troubling--example of just what sort of adventures we can have within our own imaginations.
INTRO TO GRAPHIC MEMOIRS
For those looking for an introduction to the graphic memoir genre, to the history and politics of the Middle East, or simply to a beautiful and engaging work of autobiography, these three books are highly recommended.