Danza’s writing style is accessible to a wide audience, and while there might be a bit of the jocular boss left in him, he provides insights into a teacher’s daily life.
An annual bible of gaming goodness
Mr. Littlefield's entry in the shelf-esteem sweepstakes, "Top of the Rock," is an oral history of mostly 1990s television, with interview snippets from on- and off-screen talent and fellow executives.
This rich memoir offers practical insights about learning when to intervene and when to let go.
Kicking and Dreaming is everything a rock memoir should be, and a testimony to...overcoming stereotypes and inspiring many women rockers who have come after them.
The book is a combination of the weekly and Sunday strips (the latter are in full color), arranged chronologically. Some of the longer “poetic” sequences...take up quite a few pages and are bright and well rendered. If you want to lose yourself in the entire Calvin and Hobbes universe...this book is worth giving up a few lattes.
Lindsay...provides another guilty pleasure. Really, really guilty.
This broad approach toward harnessing our "negative capability" deserves wide readership
An elegant, deeply researched life of the Canadian musician, poet and novelist.
Blending his own autobiography into Tom’s profile, Perry plunges into the soul of the American heartland.
The book is filled with shout-outs to old friends and frequent addresses to the reader...
...a funny surfeit, rich with good humor and neat twists
Stein proves himself to be a champion humorist by probing the serious side of his subject while peppering the paragraphs with numerous fresh and funny notions.
Part critical appraisals, part history lessons, his chapters incorporate new interviews with showrunners and network executives.
Readers will devour this wonderful story and cry from beginning to end. Sweet and heartfelt, Cameron likely has another bestseller on his hands.
...not lacking in confidence or pointlessly self-effacing, but calm and honest about the limits to what the author or anyone else can know about what is going to happen next.
''Cross to Bear'' has interesting things to say about racism and being a Southern rock band in the 1970s.
Overall, McInerney’s encounters with wines are deeply quirky, thus memorable...an oenological exegesis entailing a first kiss and lots of personality.
“Cronkite” is evidence that a job can be done just about perfectly. That goes for the man and this exceptional biography.
...Moran invests her consciousness-raising confessions with an all-too-rare working-class worldview.