Too flippant to take seriously, was my first reaction, but I soon realized the marrow of this short near-future mystery is not in the plot or the tone, but the incidentals. Normal is a psychiatric rehabilitation center for people who have worked with information on a large scale
This book was difficult and emotional for me to read, but it was completely worth it. I think some of the concepts she presents might be a little abstract for some, but the majority of what she said (I listened to the audiobook) really hit home for me.
This book was clever, original, surprising, and all-around awesome. The art is manga-style and the story reflects many manga elements while also playfully mocking them. Katy is a likable but seriously flawed character whose bound toward disaster when she discovers she can "erase" yesterday's mistakes. As you might
There is some great information in here and then other information that is either nonsense or just didn't land with me. The chapter on cosmetics was really strong in terms of providing a straightforward and concise breakdown of ingredients to avoid in beauty products; however, there's a lot
Just fantastic. Russian investigator Arkady Renko plods fatalistically through a homicide investigation despite resistance from all quarters. Though the author is an American jornalist, he paints a compelling picture of the bewildering contradictions of cold-war Russia and populates it with memorable characters. The dialog is especially strong. Back
Lyrical and profound, these observations explore the interactions between African-American culture and American racism. Using multiple formats Rankine critiques topics as wide ranging as Serena Williams’ reception as a superstar in the world of tennis to the author’s own personal daily interactions. She carefully builds a case that