An extremely wild and entertaining adventure about humanity, life, and death. Men, huh?
An interesting and slightly nauseating view of P. Orridge's life.
Kicking against the pricks (and other stuff), O'Connor has created a beautiful, jagged, funny, and harrowing autobiography.
A concise book around ACT UP, the HIV and AIDS epidemic, and resistence against annihilation.
A truly eye-opening book that shows us ways to truly see photographs. A wonderful experience.
A funny and scary ride through the making of one of the biggest monetary film flops.
This excellent book on CIA, coups, and assassinations, is weighed, loaded with fact, and is (remarkably so) briefly written.
An introspective and mind-broadening book by a psychoanalyst who writes of other books.
Terrific writing from a masterful historian makes this another great addition to the pantheon of books about World War II and human nature.
This style guide has sold over a million copies and is useful for writers of all sorts.
Some quotes that I collected from this wondrously human book.
My review of this beautiful semi-fictional novel.
My review of Keefe's brilliant dissection of the Sackler opioid-epidemic legacy.
An excerpt from Patrick Radden Keefe's brilliant 'Empire of Pain', a book about the Sackler legacy of death.
Youthfully sprawled but too free, a somewhat interesting portrait of Vonnegut's masterpiece.