Search Results: "F. Scott Fitzgerald"


BOOK REVIEW

THE THOUGHTBOOK OF F. SCOTT FITZGERALD by F. Scott Fitzgerald
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 1, 2013

"Scholars could make use of this material, but it should otherwise interest only Fitzgerald completists."
A very short, incomplete diary in which ardent devotees of the novelist might find a glimmer or two of significance. Read full book review >

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TENDER IS THE NIGHT by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Released: April 1, 1934

"Headlined as the leading book on the publisher's list and sure of a good send-off."
Again an author who has built up a more or less established market, and his non appearance (in book form) over a period of several years, has stimulated interest in this first full length work since the publication of The Great Gatsby. Read full book review >

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A LIFE IN LETTERS by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Released: June 1, 1994

"A wrenching portrait of the trials of writing, the business of success, the proximity of genius and tragedy."
A smart selection from Fitzgerald's voluminous correspondence, tactfully annotated and chronologically arranged by Bruccoli (English/Univ. of South Carolina), who has collected and edited all of Fitzgerald's writings in over 20 volumes. Read full book review >

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A SHORT AUTOBIOGRAPHY by F. Scott Fitzgerald
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Aug. 2, 2011

"This volume will mainly interest those who have already read everything else by and about the author of The Great Gatsby."
The title suggests something more significant than this collection of magazine essays delivers. Read full book review >

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NIGHTMARES IN THE SKY by Stephen King
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Oct. 7, 1988

"What stands out here, though, are Fitzgerald's 100 black-and white and 24 color photographs of the gargoyles perched high above New York and other East Coast cities—forceful, mournful, frightening depictions in light, shadow, and color of these usually unnoticed symbols of darkness."
A striking collaboration between King and photographer f-stop Fitzgerald, whose stark photographs of city gargoyles are what the Maine horror master ponders upon in a lengthy introductory essay. Read full book review >

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THE APOSTLES OF SATAN by F. Scott Kimmich
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 2, 2014

"An exciting, educational ride through medieval times."
Kimmich brings fresh eyes to an oft-studied period of European history and offers the opening for what promises to be a strong sequence of historical fiction. Read full book review >

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DEATH OF THE REPUBLIC by F. Scott Andison
Released: May 6, 2011

"A religion-imbued story with a solid tempo and a bevy of surprises."
A wealthy retired colonel with strong Christian beliefs supports his brother-in-law's presidential candidacy, but ulterior motives may prove lethal in the author's debut novel, the first in a proposed series. Read full book review >

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HOLY AMERICAN EMPIRE by F. Scott Andison
Released: June 17, 2012

"An eerie vision of America's future that deserves more complex characters and restrained prose."
This action-packed novel proves that dystopian thrillers aren't just for tweens. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: April 1, 2011

"Although it may ultimately fail to attract its intended audience, an intriguing view of the complexities of modern atheism."
An investigation into the moral value of atheism for the faithful set. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: March 22, 2011

"A blend of humor and thought-provoking content guaranteed to stimulate readers' intellect."
An unexpectedly fun collection of essays exploring the link between coffee and philosophy. Read full book review >

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YUM! YUM!! by Joanne Fitzgerald
CHILDREN'S
Released: Nov. 15, 2007

"The clever way the rhymes are tied together makes this collection stand out above the rest—'Yum, yum,' indeed. (Picture book. 2-5)"
Classic nursery rhymes with food themes are the focus of this delightful compilation. Read full book review >

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FRANCES FITZGERALD
by Gregory McNamee

A century ago, if you had said that evangelical Christianity would one day emerge as a leading political force in America, you might have met incredulity or even ridicule. Such belief was widely seen as a throwback to the old days of snake handling and speaking in tongues. Didn’t Clarence Darrow prove definitively, after all, in a Tennessee courtroom that ...


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