Category: Book Reviews

Moonglow by Michael Chabon

There is always some added exaggeration in a good story. There is a touch of absurdity here or a dash of ridiculousness there; nothing is entirely facts and figures. Michael Chabon’s latest novel is filled with such exaggeration in stories featuring his grandfather. When I say that I mean […]

With Their Eyes by Annie Thoms

With Their Eyes is a book about Stuyvesant High School, located four blocks from where the planes crashed into the twin towers and tells of the aftermath in New York City following the attack. Annie Thoms, an English teacher at Stuyvesant High School, was informed about a couple […]