Hue 1968 (a book review)

With Hue 1968, author Mark Bowden crafts a monumental novel about one of the seminal events in the Vietnam War. It is in turns a raw and violent account of the people on the ground, and a look at how American politics and policies in the region helped fuel such a devastating disaster as the Vietnam War ultimately became.

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Saturn Run (a book review)

Put away your wormholes and your space-time continuum. Don't listen for the sounds of laser fire in space. You won't need such things when reading Saturn Run, by John Sandford and Ctein. Don't worry, you'll still need an active imagination. Otherwise, what's science fiction for?

Pachinko (a book review)

Beginning in 1910 and ending in 1989, Min Jin Lee’s family saga, Pachinko, tells a fictional tale of a Korean family struggling against these times, against colonialism, poverty, war, religious and racial intolerance, all while learning how to forge an identity amidst the maelstrom.

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