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NY TIMES 4

Here and Now

...as a series of collaborative inquiries and an extended meditation on the processes of friendship, the book has something substantive to offer.

NY TIMES 4

Elsewhere

...a novelist who likes to lavish attention on his vivid characters...

KIRKUS 5

Waging Heavy Peace

...an entertaining and mostly well-written journey into the past, if light on rock ’n’ roll.

KIRKUS 4

All Over but the Shoutin'

His memoir is a model of humility combined with pride in one's accomplishments.

KIRKUS

The Dude and the Zen Master

May lead readers to plenty of better introductions to Zen. You dig?

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY 4

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)

...Kaling charts the course of her varied life, while offering often hilarious, sometimes poignant tips...Kaling’s fresh humor, one-liners, and analogies...make this...worth...sharing with friends.

KIRKUS 4

Clapton

Weakest on musical recollections and career arcs, but some overwhelmingly poignant and wrenching personal meditations make the book a success.

KIRKUS 5

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Maya Angelou is a natural writer with an inordinate sense of life and she has written an exceptional autobiographical narrative...

KIRKUS

A Place in the Country

The last book published by Sebald receives its first English translation, after it was issued in Europe in 1998. American readers will likely find it illuminating for its insight into the author’s wor ...

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Travels with Charley: In Search of America

Wampeters Foma & Granfalloons

True Love

Memoirs

The Liars' Club

Letter to My Daughter

Stranger Than Fiction

Into the Wild