April 2015 Book Reviews

April 2015 Book Reviews

Book reviews for Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys.: A Memoir, Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book, The Grumpy Guide to Life: Observations by Grumpy Cat, Helen Keller Really Lived, I Found My Friends: The Oral History Of Nirvana, The Modern Savage: Our Unthinking Decision to Eat Animals, and Robin Robertson’s Vegan Without Borders: Easy Everyday Meals from Around the World.

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Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Book reviews for Amelia Cole, Black Metal: Omnibus, Chasing the Light: The Cloud Cult Story, Courage, The Daughters Of Mars, John Marshall: The Chief Justice Who Saved the Nation, The Low Road, The March on Washington, Salsa!, Tale Of Sand, tulip and V-Wars Vol. 1. … read more

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Book reviews for Assassination, Courtney Crumrin Vol. 5, Lost and Found: An Amy Devlin Mystery , Michael Jackson’s Dangerous (33 1/3), Next Testament Vol. 1 and The Punk Rock Las Vegas Survival Guide. … read more

The Sixth Gun: Clear Lines, Clear Story, Clear Brilliance

The Sixth Gun: Clear Lines, Clear Story, Clear Brilliance
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Comics are one of the few mediums where plausibility doesn’t matter. You’re allowed to take different genres and mix and mash them together into something completely new. No one will question the reality or viability, because comics exist on a little island where literally everything is fair game. Comics are just words and pictures—you can do anything with words and pictures. … read more

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Book reviews for Archer Coe, City In The Desert Vol. 2, Duesel Sweeties Vol. 2, It, Metallica: The Complete Illustrated History, Sugar House Review #9, Theories Of Forgetting and [[there.]]. … read more

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Reviews for Bellman & Black: A Novel, Diablo III: The Book of Tyrael, Incidential Contact, Leaving Salt Lake City and Torment Saint: The Life of Elliott Smith.
 
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Book Reviews – July 2012

Book Reviews – July 2012

Appalachian Trials: A Psychological and Emotional Guide to Successfully Thru-Hiking the Appalachian Trail, Occupied Territory and Radio From Hell’s (Not For) Children’s Book are reviewed this month. … read more

Review: Code Version 2.0

Review: Code Version 2.0
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Code Version 2.0 Lawrence Lessig Basic Books Street: 12.12.06 The Internet is huge now; millions of people go online everyday, interact and download myriads of files from games, to word

Review: Cult Rock Posters

Review: Cult Rock Posters
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Cult Rock Posters Roger Crimlis and Alwyn W. Turner Billboard Books Street: 10.06.06 Self-appointed Knight of Glam, Bryan Ferry, once said, “Something not only has to sound good, but also

Review: The Salt Palace

Review: The Salt Palace
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The Salt Palace Darren DeFrain New Issue Press Street: 10.2005 The Salt Palace was written by some smarty-pants who was obviously raised in Utah. It is a story about a Jack