A breathing and passionate biography about a very important modern Western writer.
An inspirational and controlled explosion showing the lives of three exceptional artists and visionaries.
A pleasant read about an unpleasant and groundbreaking person.
A chronological, rhythmically bouncy, critical, statistical, and at-times interesting ride into Hunter S. Thompson's writing.
A radiant mesh of voices paint a wondrous, funny, and harrowing image of Anthony Bourdain.
Terrific writing from a masterful historian makes this another great addition to the pantheon of books about World War II and human nature.