Missions (a book review)

Missions revels in a wash of ambiguity, leaving the reader to decipher its position on ethics and action in the post 9-11 age and ultimately decide for themselves what to take away from it.

The Priory of the Orange Tree (a book review)

What's this? A standalone fantasy novel? Not party of a trilogy or a googolplexilogy or whatever? No five years between books and when the new installment arrives it’s a prequel? I immediately asked my superiors at MojoFiction to investigate...

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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