REVIEWS

REVIEW: Sharp Objects

REVIEW: Sharp Objects

Flynn’s debut novel is arguably her darkest to date, and spiked with plot twists and cruel women.

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REVIEW: Prelude to Foundation

REVIEW: Prelude to Foundation

For the 6th entry in Asimov’s Foundation series, adventure on Trantor awaits as the birth of psychohistory dawns.

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REVIEW: Foundation

REVIEW: Foundation

Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi classic ponders big ideas as Hari Seldon, mastermind founder of psychohistory, steers civilization through the chaos of a creaking empire.

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REVIEW: What Is Relativity?

REVIEW: What Is Relativity?

Embark on a guided tour of a black hole to learn the genius behind Einstein’s lasting ideas.

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REVIEW: Between the World and Me

REVIEW: Between the World and Me

Take your pulse. Coates has a powerful message that all of us need to hear.

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REVIEW: Physics in Minutes

REVIEW: Physics in Minutes

Perfect for lavatories and coffee tables, Physics in Minutes offers up accessible descriptions of the physical principles which govern the Universe and everything within it.

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REVIEW: Hatchet, The River

REVIEW: Hatchet, The River

A review double feature of Gary Paulsen’s survivalist series for young readers.

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REVIEW: Why Does the World Exist?

REVIEW: Why Does the World Exist?

In this wondrously metaphysical memoir, Jim Holt takes us from Nothingness to Being, and back again.

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REVIEW: The City and the Stars

REVIEW: The City and the Stars

Arthur C. Clarke’s visionary tale of the distant future shines a light on humanity’s relationship with technology as a guarded society rediscovers its place in the universe.

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REVIEW: Whiteout

REVIEW: Whiteout

A master of storytelling delivers a high-strung thriller just compelling enough to dispel disbelief.

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REVIEW: The Drive-In

REVIEW: The Drive-In

A two-shot pulse of comedy and horror, The Drive-In is a goretastic romp through B-movie stardom.

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REVIEW: The Unlikely Disciple

REVIEW: The Unlikely Disciple

Kevin Roose’s sojourn turned memoir is an honest, transparent, balanced look into a cultural divide that seems more unbridgeable by the year.

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