Margaret Atwood - Moral Disorder
I’m not sure how to react this. This shouldn’t happen. Moral Disorder is part of a literary movement that’s close to me. Stor...
Orson Scott Card - Speaker for the Dead
Scott Card still puzzles me. Here, he’s beyond the power of editors. The writing is more dense, with more inner monologues an...
Ally Condie - Matched
Describing Matched will make you run away. It’s the serious person’s worst nightmare. Think of every recent Young Adult clich...
James Dashner - The Maze Runner
Did Dashner ever read a book? There is potential here, but for the most part the Maze Runner is a bad narration of a video ga...
Jennifer Niven - All the Bright Places
I read plenty of crappy books. The world is, after all, a crappy place (That’s why people kill themselves). Never have I read...
John Taylor Gatto - Dumbing Us Down
Parents love to be scared. The news industry feeds on parents who want to be scared and then ‘protect’ their children. News i...
Theodore Dreiser - An American Tragedy
“intermingled and furnished it in some nondescript manner which need hardly be described.”I dare you to find a funnier joke i...
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