Unflinching and authentic, Chin’s work shakes, confronts, and envelops you
I cannot recommend The Disaster Artist highly enough. It might be one of the best reads I’ve had in a very long time.
Nothing Else Matters. Literally.
One of the most rewarding aspects of John Sexton’s Baseball as a Road to God is that while it is deeply theological, it fares away from...
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The Sisters Brothers by Patrick De Witt is authentically Western.
Will Fifty Shades of Grey simply be a long awaited ‘romance’ film, or an excuse to openly play porn at the local cinema?
In many ways, The Finkler Question is a love letter to Judaism, with its rich history and idiosyncrasies.
Readers who approach The Liar expecting the acerbic wit of Stephen Fry demonstrated in his QI outings may find themselves disappointed