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 Review :: Origin

Review :: Origin

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 18
Dan Brown achieves another wild thrill ride packed with ancient symbols and fresh, weighty thinking about Big Questions -- really Big Questions.

 Review :: What Happened

Review :: What Happened

By Kitty Drexel | Oct 17
While at times wordy beyond the want of necessity, Clinton tells us honestly and openly how and why she lost big last November.

 Review :: Santa's Husband

Review :: Santa's Husband

By Jonathan Leaf | Oct 17
If you have a racist or homophobic friend or relative, the idea behind this book seems to be that you should purchase them a copy and send it at Christmastime in the hope that they will place it, wrapped, under the tree.

 Review :: Logical Family: A Memoir

Review :: Logical Family: A Memoir

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12
After his eleven novels, Armistead Maupin now turns to autobiography with his new memoir, an account of his life and times that stands not as a footnote, but as a sparkling and revelatory chapter in the overarcing story of America's LGBTs.

 Review :: How to Murder Your Life

Review :: How to Murder Your Life

By Noe Kamelamela | Oct 11
"How To Murder Your Life" is a mess-moir that ping pongs through Cat Marnell's highs and lows in the Big Apple.

 Review :: Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited

Review :: Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited

By Lewis Whittington | Oct 11
For GLBTQ readers the primary interest will not only be Waugh's gay relationships at Oxford, but the backdrop of sexually repressive England, where gay subcultures were an open secret among the aristocracy.

 Review :: From A Certain Point Of View

Review :: From A Certain Point Of View

By Kevin Taft | Oct 11
While it seems whacky fan-service at first, this collection of short stories from side characters of "A New Hope" opens the "Star Wars" universe to places we didn't realize were so compelling.

 Review :: The Pope of Physics

Review :: The Pope of Physics

By Chris Delatorre | Oct 11
Enrico Fermi went to great lengths to discount anti-fascist sentiments. In the end, his strong sense of self and love for the invisible saved him, and without Fermi, history's most heinous war may have ended on a different note.

 Review :: Channeling Morgan

Review :: Channeling Morgan

By Christopher Verleger | Oct 11
A weeklong workshop in Provincetown has personal and professional aftereffects for a Manhattan ghost writer in Lewis DeSimone's entertaining, enjoyable novel.

 Review :: Slugfest

Review :: Slugfest

By Michael Hill | Oct 4
Marvel's ascendency started a decades-long battle with DC, and their long struggle for supremacy played out first in candy stores, then specialty comic shops and finally on the big screen.

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