Search Results: "Sari Horwitz"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: May 11, 2010

"A well-reported, well-written chronicle of a botched criminal investigation and its disturbing aftermath."
Two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists for the Washington Post document what went wrong during the investigation of the high-profile Chandra Levy case. Read full book review >

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NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE by Sari Botton
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Oct. 14, 2014

"A pleasantly diverting love letter to the iconic city."
Recollections of life, love and subway rides. Read full book review >

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WATERMARK by Sari Sikstrom
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 30, 2014

"A lush, atmospheric novel that combines literary detective work, romance and international flair."
In this debut novel, a forensic librarian uncovers letters that lead to an explanation for her father's absence. Read full book review >

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A VOYAGE LONG AND STRANGE by Tony Horwitz
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 29, 2008

"Accessible to all ages, hands-on and immensely readable, this book invites readers to search out America's story for themselves."
Irreverent, effervescent reexamination of early exploration in the Americas by peripatetic, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Horwitz (The Devil May Care: 50 Intrepid Americans and Their Quest for the Unknown, 2003, etc.). Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 2, 2002

"Tandem voyages taken 200 years apart: filled with history and alive with contrasts."
Pulitzer-winning journalist and travel-writer Horwitz (Confederates in the Attic, 1998, etc.), dogging the wake of Captain Cook, discerningly braids Cook's long-ago perceptions with his own present-day inquiries into the lands the Captain encountered. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 25, 2011

"Lucid and compelling but hardly groundbreaking."
A crisply written but not entirely original retelling of John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry. Read full book review >

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GIRL THROUGH GLASS by Sari Wilson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 26, 2016

"This portrayal of a ballerina's transformation and sacrifice burns with the beauty of fire: it's powerful, it's destructive, and it dares you to try and look away."
Wilson's debut novel weaves together the past and present of one dancer's life: first, as a young girl in 1970s New York forgoing her childhood to become an elite ballerina, and then as an adult trying to rebuild her life in the wake of her accumulated sacrifices. Read full book review >

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GOODBYE TO ALL THAT by Sari Botton
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Oct. 8, 2013

"Variations on a theme with too little variation; Joan Didion said it all and more memorably."
Twenty-seven female authors on their breakups with the Big Apple. Read full book review >

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WAR OF THE WHALES by Joshua Horwitz
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: July 1, 2014

"Based on years of interviews and research, Horwitz delivers a powerful, engrossing narrative that raises serious questions about the unchecked use of secrecy by the military to advance its institutional power."
Living Planet Books co-founder Horwitz chronicles an ongoing collision of epic proportions between the U.S. Navy, intent on protecting its submarine warfare program, and environmental activists, who fight to save whales from extinction. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: March 18, 1998

"Horwitz's reflective odyssey uncovers a profoundly disaffected nation, where battles over the Confederate flag, virulent antigovernment sentiment, and enduring ignorance and bigotry invite some dispiriting conclusions about the prospects for black/white rapprochement."
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Horwitz (Baghdad Without a Map, 1991, etc.) takes an eye-opening turn in the South, where his childhood obsession with the Confederacy collides with hard adult realities about race and culture in America. Read full book review >