A brilliant little book that packs a lot of humanistic and powerful advice for all writers.
A fiction book that borders very much on human experiences.
A huge chunk of Hollywood history, from the 1920s to the current day. Expect anecdotes.
A breathing and passionate biography about a very important modern Western writer.
One of the most prescient books at this point in time shows who covered up the climate catastrophe and why.
On a silent retreat, meditation, yoga, writing, sex, and life come into a head and leaves it via these words.
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.
This Black Panther's autobiography is today even more explosive than when it was first released.
This poetry collection reeks of nature and repetition (in a good way) but is not memorable.
En kraftfull uppgörelse med de som fegt drev Fredriksson till sin död.
An extremely wild and entertaining adventure about humanity, life, and death. Men, huh?
An interesting and slightly nauseating view of P. Orridge's life.
An introspective and mind-broadening book by a psychoanalyst who writes of other books.
This is a masterpiece about the human condition, in graphic-novel form.
Some quotes that I collected from this wondrously human book.
My review of this beautiful semi-fictional novel.
My review of a rock ‘n’ roll-meets-Lonely Planet travel guide consisting of Bourdain’s musings on TV, modern-day comments on places that featured on his TV shows, and features from elsewhere.