Books

Mostly Fantasy and SciFi

Not Quite French, Not Quite Syrian: ‘Aliens Without Knowing Why’ | New York Times

Mahir Guven’s novel, “Older Brother,” traces the colliding fates of two young men, the sons of an immigrant taxi driver in Paris. Read More Related posts: Skydio’s second-gen drone, a $1,000 self-flying action cam, sells out for 2019 – CNET Someone already beat Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair without taking damage | Destructoid In a […]

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A Critic Considers the ‘Ecstasy and Terror’ of Today With the Help of a Few Ancients | New York Times

Daniel Mendelsohn’s essays examine subjects across the millenniums, from Sappho and Euripides to “Game of Thrones.” Read More Related posts: Review: Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice #3 | DC Comics News The Purge Season 2 Promises Year-Round Terror – IGN First | IGN Review: Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Tombs of Terror | Destructoid Hulu’s […]

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Zadie Smith Experiments With Short Fiction | New York Times

In her first story collection, “Grand Union,” the British novelist moves beyond traditional narrative into the surreal, the essayistic, the pointillist. Read More Related posts: Announcing the Longlist for the 2019 National Book Award for Nonfiction | Barnes and Noble The Batman: Jonah Hill and Jeffrey Wright In Talks to Join Robert Pattinson | IGN […]

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