Colson Whithead embarks on an exploration of 19602 Harlem in his latest work of fiction, Harlem Shuffle.
I share a few of my favorite quotes from George Orwells’s dystopian novel 1984.
A brief synopsis and thoughts on the new book We Keep The Dead Close by Becky Cooper.
A brief review of Colson Whitehead’s forthcoming title Harlem Shuffle.
Hope for the best but prepare for the worst in this inspirational but heartbreaking novel of a young mother struggling to provide for her family while dealing with her own alcoholism.
Zone One is a post apocalyptic story written by Colson Whitehead. Survivors must fight against the undead as reclaim a ravaged New York City one block at a time.
This short article expounds on an early work of celebrated author Colson Whitehead. The Colossus of New York is a non-fiction book dedicated to New York City and the people who live there.
I rank each book written by Colson Whitehead; this list includes Pulitzer Prize winning novels The Nickel Boys and The Underground Railroad
I finished Kafka on the Shore yesterday… but it was not my favorite. It might be a matter of having expectations too high, but I was disappointed. There were certainly elements of the story that I absolutely loved: an old man who can speak with cats, a truck driver who becomes a reluctant disciple, aContinue reading “Kafka on the Shore – Book Review”
This book review is presented in visual form as a graphic with comments and thoughts on Strange Weather by author Joe Hill.