Grazia Deledda was an Italian writer known as “The Voice of Sardinia”. She was the first Italian woman, and second woman, to be awarded the Nobel Prize
This is an academic work, interesting but could be dry. The author spends most of the book examining The Sandman series, especially Morpheus’ trip to hell
Rubicons by Brett Riley: It’s junior year in Quapaw City, Arkansas. With it comes a new foe that even the Freaks cannot stop–adulthood.
In The Spice Must Flow, author Ryan Britt examines the influence of the beloved series in all forms of media. Art, music, politics, extended universe
Rosamunde Pilcher (22 September, 1924 – 6 February, 2019) was an award-winning English novelist. She is known for her novels which take place mostly in Cornwall
Despite a seemingly complex plot, involving many characters & financial crimes, I found it easy to follow & am looking forward to see if it is part of a series
A treat for dog lovers, in the only mystery series that revolves around a K-9 search-and-rescue unit is gripping, timely, and “wonderfully readable”
Jewish Space Lasers by Mike Rothschild debunks the conspiracy theories surrounding specifically the Rothschild family specifically & the Jewish people generally
Robert McCloskey (15 September, 1914 – 30 June, 2003) was an American author known for his children’s books, which he also illustrated.
This book is fully of excitement and adventure, happiness and tragedy. The narrative flows and is very well plotted. There are many characters