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 Review :: Fashionably Late

Review :: Fashionably Late

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 18
Gay, bi and trans men who came out later in life share their triumphant stories in this exemplary collection.

 Review :: Grist Mill Road

Review :: Grist Mill Road

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 17
The past comes back to haunt three adults who were part of a dreadful event that took place when they were teenagers in this gripping thriller from Christopher Yates.

 Review :: Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town

Review :: Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
Alexander parses complex financial arrangements and, with Euclidean elegance, demonstrates how the sins of the money-addicted force the have-nots into addictions of their own: Booze, heroin, marijuana, pills and fentanyl.

 Review :: Enigma Variations

Review :: Enigma Variations

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 9
Incessant heartache plagues a bisexual male in this haunting, engrossing novel from André Aciman.

 Review :: The Art Of Star Wars - The Last Jedi

Review :: The Art Of Star Wars - The Last Jedi

By Kevin Taft | Jan 8
A loving homage to artist Ralph McQuarrie, ABRAMS Books latest "Star Wars" book takes us inside the making of "The Last Jedi" becoming a Master Class in filmmaking.

 Review :: Letters To A Young Muslim

Review :: Letters To A Young Muslim

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 5
Omar Saif Ghobash recounts his personal history to Islam and his aspirations for his Muslim children in "Letters to a Young Muslim."

 Review :: The Perfect Gift

Review :: The Perfect Gift

By Christopher Verleger | Jan 4
Over two Christmases, a young couple ponders marriage while trying to balance the demands of their families and professions.

 Review :: Lou Reed: A Life

Review :: Lou Reed: A Life

By Lewis Whittington | Dec 15
Aside from DeCurtis' dimensional portrait of Reed, at the core of the book is a complete analysis of Reed's music and the circumstances of Lou's creative life, always entwined with his very guarded private life.

 Review :: A Woman Looking At Men Looking At Women

Review :: A Woman Looking At Men Looking At Women

By Kitty Drexel | Dec 12
As the author explains in her Introduction, these essays attempt to bridge her many perspectives as a STEM enthusiast and artist.

 Review :: The Blood Of Emmett Till

Review :: The Blood Of Emmett Till

By Noe Kamelamela | Dec 5
In "The Blood of Emmett Till," Timothy B. Tyson recounts the Mississippi lynching of 14 year old Emmett Till in 1955 and its impact on the nascent civil rights movement.

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