Daryl Sanders’ <i>That Thin Wild Mercury Sound</i>

Daryl Sanders’ That Thin Wild Mercury Sound

"The invention of Bob Dylan with his guitar belongs in its way to the same kind of tradition of something meant to be heard,


Edward Carey’s <i>Little</i>.

Edward Carey’s Little.

Edward Carey's first novel, Observatory Mansions, announced the coming of a new American fabulist. It may have been the best first novel since Steven

Jonathan Lethem’s <i>The Feral Detective</i>.

Jonathan Lethem’s The Feral Detective.

Jonathan Lethem is one of our most versatile writers. From his early sci-fi novels to his National Book Critics Circle Award-winning Motherless Brooklyn and

John Ajvide Lindqvist’s <i>I Am Behind You</i>

John Ajvide Lindqvist’s I Am Behind You

John Ajvide Lindqvist has been called Sweden's Stephen King. The comparison is apt, except, let me whisper this, he writes better than King. This

Shaun Bythell’s <i>The Diary of a Bookseller</i>.

Shaun Bythell’s The Diary of a Bookseller.

If ever there was a book that's right in my wheelhouse it's this bookseller's memoir. I was sent by God to review it. The



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Claire Fullerton's Mourning Dove

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Daryl Sanders’ That Thin Wild Mercury Sound

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