The only truly revelatory info in either is Bill Kreutzmann’s sage advice: never wrap your speed in tinfoil and leave it in a tree.
Saul, researching and writing after Pryor’s 2005 death, is able to open up interviewees to reveal a more candid and often significantly more complex figure.
Specimen’s original, odd, and compelling mix of sci-fi–flavoured literature proves Kovalyova’s experiment a significant one that surely deserves further testing.
That it took so long for a collected works from music critic Jessica Hopper to arrive is mind-boggling.
The Making of Zombie WarsBy Aleksandar Hemon. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 320 pp, hardcover
It’s a tearjerker.
There are lots of seemingly insurmountable problems that face the modern world. But what if one simple habit could address all of these issues—and more?
The United States military’s desire to kill without putting its soldiers at risk began earlier than many realize.
With Dancing in the Dark, the fourth volume of his intimate epic novel-as-memoir, the Norwegian literary superstar shifts his attention and narrows his focus to a single year in his life.
Before television comedians took over the job of ridiculing the political machinations of America’s rich, that role belonged to Gore Vidal.
Spinster By Kate Bolick. Crown, 297 pp, hardcover
Erik Larson covers the infamous disaster with a narrative that thrums with excitement.