A review of book two in the Wingfeather Saga series from Andrew Peterson featuring the Lost Jewels of Anniera, heirs to a legendary kingdom across the sea.
Is satire dead in the age of Trump? Christopher Buckley returns to the genre to find out.
A fun, fast-paced mash-up of classic detective fiction and urban fantasy with a dash of dystopia.
I get that it is hard to make satire of our current situation but isn't that what talented writers are supposed to offer?
Lots of action, political intrigue, international travel and culture and good-natured humor/banter between the husband and wife team.
"A chilling justification of a life of violence, as nonchalant as it is grim." My take? What a weird little book...
MacDonald does a great job of allowing the reader to see the world through Zelda's eyes with all the complexity involved in a broken family trying to make thing...
This sharply observed depiction of family, friendship, and Alice's determination to prove herself rings loud and true.
The satire comes off not as comic genius but as another example of the mindset that leads to populist revolts.
This may be the real gift of this book and its real magic, Susan Petrone’s moving us from indifference to understanding and caring for others and our world, and...