This is a short book, a novella, with a lot to say. The interviewer in this book seem to ask questions she cares about, different from other reporters.
Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right is a nonfiction book tracing how the rich & powerful shape the world.
The Porpoise by Mark Haddon is a novel following three stories in different time periods, all with a common narrative, in different worlds, which just touch.
A young man, Reseng was trained by Old Raccoon in The Library of Dogs to become an assassin in the corrupt underworld of South Korea, alliances shift rapidly.
An elegant, poetic book which tells of a young woman coming to grip with her own history at the time Argentina comes to grip with its own past.
The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey by Candice Millard tells of the extraordinary expedition
“Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean” by Ed Kritzler is about a small part in the vast history of the Jewish people. This is an incredible book with many fascinating characters their intrigue, exploration and adventure. The author focuses on the Jewish pirates as well as the legitimate Jewish seamen (such as pilots, navigators, etc.) since, let’s face it, there is a reason you never heard of Jewish pirates – there weren’t that many.