...I will miss Parable, but I am looking forward to Ms Miller's next adventure.. I only hope it's as fun and heartwarming as the people of Parable have been.
Unlike Walt’s usual adventures...this novella shuns mystery for a wild and dangerous adventure that will leave you both touched and breathless.
...the power of this remarkable and beautifully wrought novel is that we remember, in its careful dissection of imperial power, our innate potential for moral courage and companionship.
His heritage as folksinger, artist, and observer of West Texas strife lives on through these distinct pages infused with the author’s wit, personality, and dedication to Americana.
Coplin's prose is fresh and compelling, bringing Talmadge and the other characters to vivid life.
Really glaring are the absence of reasons why Joslyn loves Slade and why he loves her. Heated love scenes have never been Miller’s forte, but this book flattens them to cyphers.
It is an examination of the redemptive power of articulated memory, and it is a masterwork by one of our finest writers working at the top of his form.
Johnson expertly highlights his conflicted hero’s dual role as father and sheriff in this deeply satisfying installment.
A well-rendered neoclassic tale of the Old West, worthy of a place alongside Lonesome Dove and Sea of Grass
While the worldbuilding is thin and frequently nonsensical, this grotesque and bloody construction of a vampire world will appeal to readers who've been craving gore over romance with their vampires.
"Boleto" doesn't take many chances, but this final discovery is surprisingly touching and bittersweet.
Leonard tells the stories with no wasted motion, never coming close to violating number 10 in his famous writing rules... the one about leaving out the parts readers tend to skip.
The Terror Of Living describes how the misery heaps onto the players fighting over a sharply decreasing share of profit, without dehumanizing their thoughts in order to favor those who are chasing them.
Walls’ telling of her story makes you want to live a life that someone will remember, that someone will find significant enough to write about.
Ms. Cather has mastered her craft and delivered a literary masterpiece.