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Turner's memoir is as important and captivating as Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried. Beautifully constructed, this book is destined to be included among the finest war literature of the last quarter century.
If you liked "Gone Girl" then this book is for you. Skillfully handled
suspense and a tricky narration keep you guessing until the final
This is so much to explore here - historical, literary, famous, anonymous, funny, touching, rousing, behind-the-scenes correspondence - and wonderful reproductions of the original items.
Clear and concise, this book takes you month by month through gardening in the PNW. Great for planners and those who want to garden but aren't sure where to start.
This book is a hoot. In nine-panel comics, Thomas
reviews the most lauded books of the last few years. Smart, concise,
thought-provoking, they go beyond summary & succeed in creating a whole new art form. [Mike]
This investigation into how we treat aging & the aged raises interesting practical & philosophical questions. It invites broader thinking about autonomy, the role of medicine, and how we approach death. [Raissa]
This book charts the popular culture history of the idea of racial progress. With art, cartoons, and incisive commentary this is a great book to start a discussion in a society that is clearly not post-racial. [sweet pea]
A mind-bending exploration of imagination:
how we see characters, landscapes, and more when reading. Illustrations
and quotes light up the concepts & techniques behind the magic of reading. A perfect example of a book you have to hold in your hand, flip through, and pore over. [Raissa]
Powerful and well-done. At the heart of it, Palmer is on a bold mission to discuss the importance of communication in relation to connection. We all value connecting as humans and all struggle with asking for help. An eye-opening read. [Jennifer]
PostSecret is always so intriguing! Here is the latest collection of postcards written by ordinary folks who divulge a secret they've never told anyone. It gives us a little thrill to peek into someone's psyche, and the cards themselves are marvelously creative. [Raissa]