New studies and neurological advances corroborate the Bible’s admonition that you should “first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the […]
Though at times Ollivier’s presentation of French women’s culture seems largely mythical, it also provides the expansion of thought – of possible alternate realities within our reach – that any […]
The author aims for a modern, hippie-ish version of Aldo Leopald, and misses.
Dr. Kessler dresses up common knowledge (the food industry adds fat salt and sugar to things!) and worthless advice (put a picture of a fat person on your frig to […]
If you can let go of the overdone bravado that the (young, male) author apparently felt was necessary to spice up this book, the stories of people living inside miles of […]
If you haven’t received a personal invitation from Dennis Banks to hear his stories of the American Indian Movement’s victories, adventures, heartbreak and challenges, reading this book will both drop […]
The author’s uncritical recounting of miscellaneous historical details in chronological order does a disservice to the actual life of Saartje Baartman and to readers of this book, which is why […]
This disturbing memoir of a child’s “relationship” with a pedophile would be twice as good and half the size if her editor had cut all of the unnecessary monologues in […]