While they don’t tell a single story, the individual poems that make up “In the Lateness of the World” take the reader on a meditative journey.
At its best, the novel is an artful reminder that wanderlust is often just a masked desire to return home.
In the end, “You Belong Here Now” is a novel that suffers from a paradox of complexity: at times too simple, and at others too complicated.
“We Run The Tides” is, at its core, a coming-of-age story, and in many ways stays true to the genre.
"The Stone Loves the World" is a charming, expansive, meandering novel that explores love and humanity through the binary of arts and sciences.
A personal essay on the “Cemetery of Forgotten Books” series. Set in twentieth-century Barcelona, the novels weave through an intricate web of stories spanning generations.
Stephen King's latest novel, "Later," showcases an appealing premise, but falls short of delivering anything worth reading.
“A Promised Land” outlines Obama’s concerns for the future of politics, as well as his cautious optimism for the future of the United States and the world.