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A serious contemplation of current political-economic trends, wrapped up in a pirate radio secessionist heist-comedy. Or is it vice versa? ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus
No longer will your dad / uncle / middle-aged male friend be on your hardest-to-gift list: this is the perfect nod-and-laugh-while-you-read book for them. ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus
If you have ever said or overheard, "I just don't understand Trump voters!", this novel has the answers. I didn't expect to agree with the complaints of Angry White Men, but Kimmel reminds us that compassion has to be a two-way street: while the objects of WMA (White Male Anger) are unfairly blamed, the origins of their grievances are real and affect us all.
A "Feminist Book Club" pick for September - check out the group's next pick and join us in October! ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus
"And eternally the book opens
Here, as if it's the only part
I must know. From the parting moment
The unreturning years haven't departed."
Aptly named. Akhmatova's poems have all the terrifying power of an oncoming storm. For a long time, 'Requiem' was not written down or published, only spoken; such was its force. You will hear thunder as you read. ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus
I haven't enjoyed a book to this extent in a while. Not only funny, but clever, this detective story that all of modern philosophy both rewards the intellectual snob and pokes fun like a needle at their aloof, inflated, balloon-like ego. A delight for anyone whose humor lies along the lines of "Existential Comics". ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus