Attack on Titan 1

Hajime Isayama
The remains of humanity "live", trapped in a three-walled city. What do they fear? Titans, giant humanoid creatures who do not seem to think for themselves, and always act aggressively. But after a century of sharing the planet with each other, most humans have become complacent. ...

Review by Amy B. »

Citizenfour

Laura Poitras
The question was put to Mr Snowden by Laura Poitras the film director and producer " why did he take the handle "citizenfour" and he stated that he wasn't the first and wouldn't be the last person to come forward". ...

Review by Christopher S. »

Craft Challenge Dozens of Ways to Repurpose a Tea Towel

Nathalie Mornu
Who knew our dish towels, the lowly object used for drying dishes, has such a sophisticated name? And tea towels have genres! I won't look at a tea towel the same way again. ...

Review by Katheryn C. »

The Sandman: Overture

Neil Gaiman
The prequel fad has overtaken even one of my most beloved story arcs (in the history of story, wh ...

Review by Amy B. »

All American Boys

Jason Reynolds
All American Boys is a novel that everyone should read. Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely have teamed up to create an important piece of literature and social commentary. It is timely and relevant, regardless of where in America you live. It’s about how race influences perceptions and how perceptions allow brutality. ...

Review by Linda S. »

Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War

Steve Sheinkin
Steve Sheinkin has once again brought to life a remarkable piece of history. As he did with Bomb, Sheinkin opens Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War with intrigue and suspense. ...

Review by Linda S. »

Purgatorio: a Journey into the Heart of the Border

Rodrigo Reyes
This feature length documentary is an incendiary and harrowing ground level view of the U.S. Mexico border immigration conflict. The film's director Rodrigo Reyes crafts a beautiful and startling viewpoint to form this unflinching story of human endurance. Reyes manages to avoid a direct political position or direct advocacy. ...

Review by Aaron O. »

A Blink of the Screen: Collected Shorter Fiction

Terry Pratchett
For some, the passing of a favorite author leaves a keen hole; what is there to look forward to? ...

Review by Betsy M. »

Almost Amish: One Woman's Quest for a Slower, Simpler, More Sustainable Life

Nancy Sleeth
This is a draft copy of a future review. You don't need to be Amish to live by the Amish principles presented in _Almost Amish : one woman's quest for a slower, simpler, more sustainable life_ by Nancy Sleeth. Chapters are devoted to home, technology, finances, nature, simplicity, service, security, community, family and faith. ...

Review by Katheryn C. »

Modern Romance

Aziz Ansari
Thirty-something dating: You’re old enough to remember when people would call you on your parents’ landline phone to ask you o ...

Review by Betsy M. »