Books by Hazard Adams

HOME by Hazard Adams
Released: Aug. 1, 2001

"As in the previous installment, sweet reason falls short, but here the level of academic insularity also deadens the drama."
The last in Adams's Academic Trilogy is a thoughtful but soporific work that intersperses a tale of 1990s academic infighting with the history of an anarchists' colony in Puget Sound at the turn of the last century. Read full book review >
MANY PRETTY TOYS by Hazard Adams
Released: March 1, 1999

"An intelligent account of intelligent people trapped within their own intelligence: Adams writes sharply and without favor about a period of history that is almost always considered in strictly partisan terms."
A debut novel set in the late "60s, describing the turmoil that overtakes a group of faculty and students at an American university. Read full book review >