The Kingdom: by Emmanuel Carrère
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The Kingdom: by Emmanuel Carrère

Compares St. Paul's fervor to Philip K. Dick's fictional and autobiographical immersions into altered reality.

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The First Congress: by Fergus M. Bordewich
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The First Congress: by Fergus M. Bordewich

Fallen Glory: By James Crawford
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Fallen Glory: By James Crawford

Crawford aims for the soul, examining the relationship between the spaces we occupy and at…

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The Impossible Fairy Tale: by Han Yujoo
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The Impossible Fairy Tale: by Han Yujoo

Comes across as one writer’s attempt at clever writing through the use of extraneous writing…

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Unforbidden Pleasures: by Adam Phillips
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Unforbidden Pleasures: by Adam Phillips

Killers of the Flower Moon: by David Grann
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Killers of the Flower Moon: by David Grann

The most compelling yet enervating aspect of the recent true-crime boom is the tethering of…

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Broken River: by J. Robert Lennon
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Broken River: by J. Robert Lennon

While ostensibly a thriller about a family who move into a home whose previous occupants…

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A Murder Over a Girl: by Ken Corbett
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A Murder Over a Girl: by Ken Corbett

An unflinching glimpse into two of the most difficult, troubling and divisive issues facing our…

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October: by China Miéville
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October: by China Miéville

"The question for history is not only who should be driving the train, but where."

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Big House on the Prairie: by John M. Eason
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Big House on the Prairie: by John M. Eason

Big House on the Prairie expresses several worthy claims and good evidence, but problems including…

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