December 15th, 2014
Reviews — Newspapers & Web Sites
Below are links, with RSS feeds, where available, from the major newspaper and online book reviews.
- Books of The Times: Review: ‘Martial Bliss,’ a Loving Memoir About a Bookstore for Military Buffs
- Review: ‘The End of the Tour’ Offers a Tale of Two Davids
- Juan Gabriel Vásquez: By the Book
- ‘Out of Ashes,’ by Konrad H. Jarausch
- New Books From Louisa Hall, Christian Kracht, Juan Gabriel Vásquez and Others
(Wednesdays in the daily NYT)
- Bookshelf: Gone to the Beach
- Bookshelf: All in the Family
- ‘Shadowshaper,’ by Daniel José Older
- ‘Nimona,’ by Noelle Stevenson
- ‘Fort’ and ‘The Secrets of Blueberries, Brothers, Moose & Me’
USA Today — (Top 150 best sellers posted on Thursdays).
- Miranda Sings hits USA TODAY's top 10
- Man Booker prize longlist announced
- Book explores what animals 'think'
- Books: New and noteworthy
- 'Pet': A new Dr. Seuss is on the loose!
- William Vollmann’s ‘The Dying Grass’ is the reading experience of a lifetime
- Friendship under horrific conditions
- New collection of Shirley Jackson writings is best left to devoted fans
- ‘The Little Paris Bookshop,’ by Nina George, exudes all things French
- ‘No. 4 Imperial Lane’: A powerful elegy for lost love and lost empire
(book section of the Daily Beast)
- 'Go Set a Watchman' is an odd follow-up to its classic sister
- 'Nagasaki' is a compelling, unflinching account of life after nuclear war
- Man Booker Prize selections: Americans dominate the longlist
- 'Palimpsest' beautifully charts the history of writing
- 'The Dying Grass' magnificently dramatizes the almost forgotten Nez Perce war
- Book Reviews: Should You Pay for Them?
- Dr. Susan Block's The Bonobo Way: The Evolution of Peace Through Pleasure
- The Balance Project: A Conversation With Susie Orman Schnall
- July's Best Bets
- Alice Carbone on Building Community, Writing, Sex, and Getting a Book Deal
- Poet Sonia Sanchez's life gets film treatment
- In new book and exhibit, the Al Hirschfeld legacy continues
- Philadelphia Stories starts teen lit journal
- Bruce Henderson's 'Los Baños': Gripping account of a brilliant wartime rescue
- James Woods' 'The Nearest Thing to Life': The art of reading and living