Anne Tyler's "The Amateur Marriage" describes a mismatched couple that fights out six decades of married life. They do not form individual identities or a sense of a couple...
A book review by Alicia Rose Harrell of the eye opening, chocked full of surprises, biographical book "Jack the Ripper, The Works of Francis Thompson" by Richard Patterson.
This article is a review of the non-fiction book Pleasant Valley by Louis Bromfield, a twentieth century American author and farmer, detailing his sustainable agriculture methods on his Ohio farm.
Author James Clavell wrote at least one great book, but Gai-jin was not it. Join Mel Carriere for lunch as he reviews this work, and reminds the gentle reader how much he loved Shogun.
What links a scandal in Victorian England, the story of a boy who knows nothing of a world beyond the room where he was born, and a collection of stories about people on the move?
A spoiler-free review of Empire's End, the final entry of Chuck Wendig's Aftermath trilogy
This collection of short stories offers glimpses into the afterlife and the transition process after death. Author Mike Friedman is a winner of Best Fiction Writer Award multiple times on HubPages.
Continuing my rebuttal and review of The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers) by Christian apologist Mark Mittelberg. An atheist answers apologetics. This chapter: Heaven and Hell.
CS Friedman may be best known for the Coldfire trilogy, but "In Conquest Born" is her best book for a number of reasons.
A useful book for specialists and useful for naval-military historians, but out of date and mostly useful as a building block for later volumes.