My Father Left Me Ireland should be read widely and thoughtfully, as both an example of outstanding memoir and as a political intervention.
Unflinching and authentic, Chin’s work shakes, confronts, and envelops you
Nothing Else Matters. Literally.
And The Mountains Echoed surpasses Hosseini’s other novels, from a literary standpoint and its ability to illuminate and make real Afghanistan’s modern history.
In many ways, The Finkler Question is a love letter to Judaism, with its rich history and idiosyncrasies.
Having now finished the most recent autobiographical offering from Stephen Fry I can say without hesitation that he is an individual brave in his honesty.