Niklas reads books and reviews them here.
A chronological, rhythmically bouncy, critical, statistical, and at-times interesting ride into Hunter S. Thompson's writing.
A wondrous trip through Camus, covering many of his thoughts of human life while painting a magnificent portrait of a person whose mind is desperately needed in this time.
This Black Panther's autobiography is today even more explosive than when it was first released.
A radiant mesh of voices paint a wondrous, funny, and harrowing image of Anthony Bourdain.
A podcast first, now a book; a parent's story of a child who decides its own gender.
This poetry collection reeks of nature and repetition (in a good way) but is not memorable.
My review Matzen's straightforward, stuffy, and interesting book about the later part of Audrey Hepburn's life, focusing on her humanitarian work.
My review of Daniel de Visé's straightforward biography of B.B. King.