• NONFICTION

    FREEDOM'S CAP

    MARCH 6, 2012

HISTORY

FREEDOM'S CAP

by Guy Gugliotta

Impressive research underlies a well-told story that’s simultaneously depressing (what a nasty species we are) and inspiring... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    GOD'S HOTEL

    APRIL 26, 2012

NONFICTION

GOD'S HOTEL

by Victoria Sweet

The author’s compelling argument for Laguna Honda’s philosophy of “slow medicine” will make readers contemplate if perhaps... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    BEAUTIFUL THING

    MARCH 6, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

BEAUTIFUL THING

by Sonia Faleiro

Gritty, gripping and often heartbreaking—an impressive piece of narrative nonfiction. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS

    FEB. 7, 2012

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    HAITI

    JAN. 3, 2012

HISTORY

HAITI

by Laurent Dubois

A profound demonstration of what needs to be recognized, reconciled and forgiven if current crises are to be overcome. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE FOREST UNSEEN

    MARCH 19, 2012

NONFICTION

THE FOREST UNSEEN

by David George Haskell

Exceptional observations of the biological world worthy of any naturalist’s library. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    THE AGE OF INSIGHT

    MARCH 27, 2012

NONFICTION

THE AGE OF INSIGHT

by Eric Kandel

A transformative work that joins the hands of Art and Science and makes them acknowledge their close kinship. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    CITY

    JUNE 1, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

CITY

by P.D. Smith

As exciting, sprawling and multifarious as a shining city on a hill. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    ARE YOU MY MOTHER?

    MAY 1, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

ARE YOU MY MOTHER?

by Alison Bechdel illustrated by Alison Bechdel

Subtitled “A Comic Drama,” the narrative provides even fewer laughs than its predecessor but deeper introspection. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    DRIFT

    APRIL 3, 2012

HISTORY

DRIFT

by Rachel Maddow

With humor and verve, Maddow lays a solid basis for that hoped-for interview with Cheney (fingers crossed). Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    AFTERMATH

    AUG. 14, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

AFTERMATH

by Rachel Cusk

Bold, gripping, original and occasionally darkly funny. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    FULL BODY BURDEN

    JUNE 5, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

FULL BODY BURDEN

by Kristen Iversen

Superbly crafted tale of Cold War America’s dark underside. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    ERNIE K-DOE

    APRIL 11, 2012

NONFICTION

ERNIE K-DOE

by Ben Sandmel

A vital, essential addition to the shelf of great books about New Orleans. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    DARKEST AMERICA

    AUG. 27, 2012

NONFICTION

DARKEST AMERICA

by Yuval Taylor & Jake Austen

An innovative, marvelous book about comedy, stereotypes and the struggle to steer through the sometimes-fierce internal... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    DESERT AMERICA

    AUG. 7, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

DESERT AMERICA

by Rubén Martínez

Less self-absorbed than Luis Alberto Urrea, less cynical than Charles Bowden, less otherly obsessed than William... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    DAYS OF DESTRUCTION, DAYS OF REVOLT

    JUNE 18, 2012

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    HELLO GOODBYE HELLO

    AUG. 7, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

HELLO GOODBYE HELLO

by Craig Brown

Brown is as smart as he is puckish, and there are plenty of laughs on this terrific trip through modern fame. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    DEARIE

    AUG. 15, 2012

NONFICTION

DEARIE

by Bob Spitz

An engrossing biography of a woman worthy of iconic status. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    CITY OF PROMISES

    SEPT. 24, 2012

HISTORY

CITY OF PROMISES

by Deborah Dash Moore & edited by Howard B. Rock & Annie Polland & Daniel Soyer & Jeffrey S. Gurock Diana Linden

Such a large historical project could have easily descended into tedious and dry academia, but instead, all three volumes... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    A FREE MAN

    OCT. 22, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

A FREE MAN

by Aman Sethi

Alternately sad, defiant, carefree and understated, this journey into a world hidden in plain sight is well worth taking. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    CRONKITE

    MAY 29, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

CRONKITE

by Douglas Brinkley

Still, the best portrait of Cronkite—that legendary journalist, certainly worthy of a big biography—that we have. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    CONSIDER THE FORK

    OCT. 9, 2012

HISTORY

CONSIDER THE FORK

by Bee Wilson

Rarely has a book with so much information been such an entertaining read. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    BAILOUT

    JULY 24, 2012

NONFICTION

BAILOUT

by Neil Barofsky

A courageous, insightful book that offers no cause for optimism. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    EVERY LOVE STORY IS A GHOST STORY

    SEPT. 4, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

EVERY LOVE STORY IS A GHOST STORY

by D.T. Max

A stellar biography of a complicated subject: Max's portrait skillfully unites Wallace’s external and internal lives. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    FAR FROM THE TREE

    NOV. 13, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

FAR FROM THE TREE

by Andrew Solomon

An informative and moving book that raises profound issues regarding the nature of love, the value of human life and the... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE BIG SCREEN

    OCT. 16, 2012

NONFICTION

THE BIG SCREEN

by David Thomson

A profound and richly satisfying reckoning with the movies and what they mean. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    38 NOOSES

    DEC. 4, 2012

HISTORY

38 NOOSES

by Scott W. Berg

A captivating tale of an oft-overlooked, morally ambiguous moment in American history. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MASTERS OF THE PLANET

    MARCH 27, 2012

NONFICTION

MASTERS OF THE PLANET

by Ian Tattersall

Keeping a critical eye on the evidence and a skeptical one on theories, Tattersall confirms his status among world... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    HOUSE OF STONE

    FEB. 28, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

HOUSE OF STONE

by Anthony Shadid

A complicated, elegiac, beautiful attempt to reconcile the physical bayt (home) and the spiritual. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MAGIC HOURS

    APRIL 10, 2012

NONFICTION

MAGIC HOURS

by Tom Bissell

Stellar cultural writing—Bissell has the knowledge and wit to earn his provocations. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    ON CELESTIAL MUSIC

    MARCH 21, 2012

NONFICTION

ON CELESTIAL MUSIC

by Rick Moody

Thoughtful, heartfelt and frequently moving, like the best music. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE HUNT FOR KSM

    MARCH 26, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

THE HUNT FOR KSM

by Terry McDermott & Josh Meyer

A surprising, sobering look at one of the deadliest terror networks in history and the American spy agencies charged with... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    NIGHTCAP AT DAWN

    APRIL 1, 2012

HISTORY

NIGHTCAP AT DAWN

by J.B. Walker

A bracing cooperative effort taking readers as close to war as humanly possible. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    LIVING, THINKING, LOOKING

    JUNE 5, 2012

NONFICTION

LIVING, THINKING, LOOKING

by Siri Hustvedt

At once stimulating and warmhearted, with sentences of drop-dead beauty and acuity on nearly every page. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    HOW TO BE A WOMAN

    JULY 17, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

HOW TO BE A WOMAN

by Caitlin Moran

Rapturously irreverent, this book should kick-start plenty of useful discussions. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE MANSION OF HAPPINESS

    JUNE 7, 2012

HISTORY

THE MANSION OF HAPPINESS

by Jill Lepore

A superb examination of the never-ending effort to enhance life, as well as the commensurate refusal to ever let it go. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    ON POLITICS

    OCT. 22, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

ON POLITICS

by Alan Ryan

Provocative, illuminating and entertaining—an exemplary work of philosophy and history whose author's deep learning is... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    LEONARDO AND THE LAST SUPPER

    NOV. 1, 2012

HISTORY

LEONARDO AND THE LAST SUPPER

by Ross King

Thankfully, King’s book is an impressive work of restoration—the author helps readers see this painting for the first time. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    LINCOLN'S CODE

    SEPT. 4, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

LINCOLN'S CODE

by John Fabian Witt

Truly remarkable, composed with all the precision and insight you expect from a law professor, marked by all the elegance... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MAO

    OCT. 2, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

MAO

by Alexander V. Pantsov & Steven I. Levine

The Great Helmsman fully fleshed, still complicated and ever provocative. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    ON A FARTHER SHORE

    SEPT. 4, 2012

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    MARBLES

    NOV. 6, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

MARBLES

by Ellen Forney illustrated by Ellen Forney

Forney’s story should resonate with those grappling with similar issues, while her artistry should appeal to a wide... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    KURT VONNEGUT

    NOV. 1, 2012

  • NONFICTION

    LIFE AFTER DEATH

    SEPT. 18, 2012

NONFICTION

LIFE AFTER DEATH

by Damien Echols

Essential reading for anyone interested in justice or memoir. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    HELLO, GORGEOUS

    OCT. 9, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

HELLO, GORGEOUS

by William J. Mann

Even though we know the answers to most of the questions—Will our heroine win the coveted role of Fanny Brice in Funny Girl?... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE LAST VIKING

    SEPT. 25, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE LAST VIKING

by Stephen R. Bown

A superb biography of a fiercely driven explorer who traveled across the last inaccessible areas on earth before technical... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MORTALITY

    SEPT. 4, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

MORTALITY

by Christopher Hitchens

Certainly, Hitchens died too soon. May this moving little visit to his hospital room not be the last word from him. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    HOW MUSIC WORKS

    SEPT. 12, 2012

NONFICTION

HOW MUSIC WORKS

by David Byrne

Highly recommended—anyone at all interested in music will learn a lot from this book. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE OLD WAYS

    OCT. 15, 2012

NONFICTION

THE OLD WAYS

by Robert Macfarlane

A breathtaking study of “walking as enabling sight and thought rather than encouraging retreat and escape.” Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    MARVEL COMICS

    OCT. 9, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

MARVEL COMICS

by Sean Howe

Brilliantly juxtaposes Marvel with its best characters: flawed and imperfect, but capable of achieving miraculous feats. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    NATURE WARS

    NOV. 13, 2012

NONFICTION

NATURE WARS

by Jim Sterba

An eye-opening take on how romantic sentimentalism about nature can have destructive consequences. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE LAST LION

    NOV. 6, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE LAST LION

by William Manchester and Paul Reid

Essential for Manchester collectors, WWII buffs and Churchill completists. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    I'M YOUR MAN

    SEPT. 11, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

I'M YOUR MAN

by Sylvie Simmons

Taking on a looming subject with intelligence and wit, Simmons manages to take the full measure of her man. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    IRON CURTAIN

    NOV. 27, 2012

HISTORY

IRON CURTAIN

by Anne Applebaum

A dark but hopeful chronicle that shows how even humanity’s worst can fracture and fall. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    JOSEPH ANTON

    SEPT. 18, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

JOSEPH ANTON

by Salman Rushdie

Aspects of a spy novel, a writer’s autobiography and a victim’s affidavit pulsing with resentment and fear combine to reveal... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE HOLY OR THE BROKEN

    DEC. 4, 2012

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    THE TENDER HOUR OF TWILIGHT

    JAN. 10, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE TENDER HOUR OF TWILIGHT

by Richard Seaver edited by Jeannette Seaver

A rich record of the vicissitudes of publishing during an inimitable time and place. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    RED PLENTY

    FEB. 14, 2012

HISTORY

RED PLENTY

by Francis Spufford

A highly creative, illuminating, genre-resisting history. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE PARTNERSHIP

    JAN. 3, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE PARTNERSHIP

by Philip Taubman

Will the partnership prevail? Stay tuned, but hope for the best—for, they warn, “[i]f urgent steps are not taken to rein in... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    QUIET

    JAN. 24, 2012

NONFICTION

QUIET

by Susan Cain

An intriguing and potentially life-altering examination of the human psyche that is sure to benefit both introverts and... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    POWER, INC.

    MARCH 6, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

POWER, INC.

by David Rothkopf

Rothkopf delivers a lively, accessible treatment of a multifaceted, complex subject. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    TURING'S CATHEDRAL

    MARCH 6, 2012

NONFICTION

TURING'S CATHEDRAL

by George Dyson

Meticulously researched and packed with not just technological details, but sociopolitical and cultural details as well—the... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    SWORD OF THE SPIRIT, SHIELD OF FAITH

    FEB. 28, 2012

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    SEASON OF THE WITCH

    MAY 8, 2012

HISTORY

SEASON OF THE WITCH

by David Talbot

Though he’s a little too enamored with “angel-headed hipsters” and “fairy dust,” Talbot takes the reader much deeper than... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE VIOLINIST'S THUMB

    JULY 17, 2012

NONFICTION

THE VIOLINIST'S THUMB

by Sam Kean

In an impressive narrative, the author renders esoteric DNA concepts accessible to lay readers. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE STORY OF EARTH

    MAY 1, 2012

NONFICTION

THE STORY OF EARTH

by Robert M. Hazen

A report of a fascinating new theory on the Earth's origins written in a sparkling style with many personal touches. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE PATAGONIAN HARE

    MARCH 13, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE PATAGONIAN HARE

by Claude Lanzmann & translated by Frank Wynne

“I am neither indifferent to, nor weary of, this world; had I a hundred lives, I know I would not tire of it,” he writes.... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    THE PRESIDENTS CLUB

    MAY 8, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE PRESIDENTS CLUB

by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy

In a well-researched, disinterested analysis, the authors show that collisions of ego, personality and politics can often... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    SAVAGE CONTINENT

    JULY 3, 2012

HISTORY

SAVAGE CONTINENT

by Keith Lowe

Authoritative but never dry, stripping away soothing myths of national unity and victimhood, this is a painful but necessary... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    PRIVATE EMPIRE

    MAY 1, 2012

BUSINESS

PRIVATE EMPIRE

by Steve Coll

Leaks, reserves, PACs, hydrofracking, bloated corporate profits and more: all pertinent concerns nicely handled by Coll in... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    SPILLOVER

    OCT. 1, 2012

NONFICTION

SPILLOVER

by David Quammen

A wonderful, eye-opening account of humans versus disease that deserves to share the shelf with such classics as Microbe... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    SURVIVING SURVIVAL

    SEPT. 10, 2012

NONFICTION

SURVIVING SURVIVAL

by Laurence Gonzales

Survivors of traumatic events often do not recover without help from others, and Gonzales’ excellent book is an education... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE TWILIGHT WAR

    JULY 23, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

THE TWILIGHT WAR

by David Crist

Some casual readers may be turned off by the page count, but this is likely to be the authoritative history of the origins... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    TWILIGHT OF THE ELITES

    JUNE 12, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

TWILIGHT OF THE ELITES

by Christopher L. Hayes

A provocative discussion of the deeper causes of our current discontent, written with verve and meriting wide interest. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    PREDATOR NATION

    MAY 22, 2012

BUSINESS

PREDATOR NATION

by Charles Ferguson

A deeply argued call to action from a lucid, impassioned polemicist. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    PORTRAIT OF A NOVEL

    AUG. 27, 2012

NONFICTION

PORTRAIT OF A NOVEL

by Michael Gorra

Not for all readers, but Gorra’s approach will appeal to scholars, fans of the James family, and lovers of important novels... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    TWELVE PATIENTS

    JULY 10, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

TWELVE PATIENTS

by Eric Manheimer

An exquisite—and often exquisitely depressing—patchwork of joy and pain. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    SUBVERSIVES

    AUG. 21, 2012

HISTORY

SUBVERSIVES

by Seth Rosenfeld

A potent reminder of the explosiveness of 1960s politics and how far elements of the government were (and perhaps still are)... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    STELLA ADLER ON AMERICA'S MASTER PLAYWRIGHTS

    AUG. 16, 2012

NONFICTION

STELLA ADLER ON AMERICA'S MASTER PLAYWRIGHTS

by Stella Adler edited by Barry Paris

An exciting, inspiring and essential book for anyone interested in American theater. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    RISE TO GREATNESS

    OCT. 30, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

RISE TO GREATNESS

by David Von Drehle

A thoroughly engaging examination of the irreversible changes emerging from a year when the nation’s very survival remained... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
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    THOMAS JEFFERSON

    NOV. 13, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THOMAS JEFFERSON

by Jon Meacham

An outstanding biography that reveals an overlooked steeliness at Jefferson’s core that accounts for so much of his... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE PATRIARCH

    NOV. 13, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE PATRIARCH

by David Nasaw

It did not, and nothing came easy to any of the Kennedys, that tragic clan, who continue to fascinate. Exhaustive yet... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THIS LIVING HAND

    OCT. 23, 2012

NONFICTION

THIS LIVING HAND

by Edmund Morris

A splendid assemblage of significant work by one of our keenest observers. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WILD

    MARCH 20, 2012

NONFICTION

WILD

by Cheryl Strayed

A candid, inspiring narrative of the author’s brutal physical and psychological journey through a wilderness of despair to a... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WHEN GOD TALKS BACK

    MARCH 27, 2012

NONFICTION

WHEN GOD TALKS BACK

by T.M. Luhrmann

An erudite discussion both profoundly sympathetic and richly analytical. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    VISIT SUNNY CHERNOBYL

    JUNE 5, 2012

NONFICTION

VISIT SUNNY CHERNOBYL

by Andrew Blackwell

In each chapter, Blackwell finds he loves the polluted places for all the ways they aren’t ruined. With great verve, and... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WINTER JOURNAL

    AUG. 21, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

WINTER JOURNAL

by Paul Auster

A consummate professional explores the attic of his life, converting rumination to art. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WAIT

    JUNE 26, 2012

BUSINESS

WAIT

by Frank Partnoy

A fascinating addition to the study of decision-making. File alongside Malcolm Gladwell, Dan Ariely and other similar... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WHAT MONEY CAN'T BUY

    APRIL 24, 2012

BUSINESS

WHAT MONEY CAN'T BUY

by Michael J. Sandel

An exquisitely reasoned, skillfully written treatise on big issues of everyday life. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WHEN AMERICA FIRST MET CHINA

    SEPT. 10, 2012

HISTORY

WHEN AMERICA FIRST MET CHINA

by Eric Jay Dolin

A rich, highly readable examination of the seeds of poppies, trade, greed, grandeur and an international partnership that... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS

    OCT. 16, 2012

CURRENT EVENTS & SOCIAL ISSUES

WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS

by Daniel Mendelsohn

Incisive, reflective and unfailingly stimulating. It wouldn’t hurt Mendelsohn to occasionally pass up an opportunity to... Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    THE VOYEURS

    SEPT. 4, 2012

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

THE VOYEURS

by Gabrielle Bell illustrated by Gabrielle Bell

Playfully drawn and provocatively written, the memoir reinforces Bell's standing among the first rank of the genre’s artists. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >

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