The Garfield Book Review was founded in December 2010 and takes its name from the Brooklyn, NY street the author grew up on. I’ll review most anything if it’s interesting (for whatever reason) and coherent—that’s the short way of saying I’ll devour Dan Brown and certain varieties of “chick lit”—though I lean toward British novelists, depictions of American political theater and tomes on the Third Reich. Reviews are posted twice a month on average, along with news and general literary musings. Suggestions and/or thinly-veiled criticisms are welcomed.
Next UpLean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, by Sheryl Sandberg
- Updates to resume (semi) soon. Winter-break reads: Gone Girl; The Sense of an Ending; This is How You Lose Her; and a couple Alain de Botton 10 months ago
- Updates will recommence soon. Currently reading Hanna Rosin's forthcoming The End of Men: And the Rise of Women. goo.gl/mzjjM 1 year ago
- Reading a fascinating, terrifying memoir of a young woman's bout w autoimmune encephalitis, AKA the "Exorcist" disease: goo.gl/cuaGF 1 year ago
- Just bought "Barack Obama: The Story," David Maraniss's new bio that got all that fanfare in "Vanity Fair": goo.gl/4nzQ3 #hyped 1 year ago
- "In the Shadow of the Banyan," Vaddey Ratner's first, forthcoming novel about surviving the Khmer Rouge: goo.gl/pte1n #fridayreads 1 year ago