Book Reviews Articles

The Glass Kingdom Review

Looking for a fun thriller set in an exotic foreign country? Read this honest review to find out if The Glass Kingdom is worth reading.

Patron Saints of Nothing – Review

I think I’ve found it—the perfect novel for you during the beginning of hopefully a better 2021. Patron Saints of Nothing has got every element a book needs to be perfect. Perfectly developed characters. Perfect setting. Perfect dialogue. Perfect plot. Perfect pacing. Perfect themes. Perfect social commentary. Perfect beginning. Perfect middle. Almost a perfect ending.

Survival in the Killing Fields – Review

There are so many books on the Cambodian genocide that it’s difficult to know which one to read first. I’ve read 4 books so far on along with a load of other books on the history of Cambodia (Pol Pot: Anatomy of a Nightmare, When The War Was Over). I’ll say that without a doubt, Survival in the Killing Fields by Haing S. Ngor and Roger Warner is the best book on the subject. So if you don’t know where to start your exploration of Cambodia, begin with this unforgettable and heartbreaking book.

Interior Chinatown Review

Books on Chinese-American Culture Interior Chinatown By Charles Yu, 2020 My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars “Who gets to be an American? What does an American look like?” Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links.  As an Amazon Associate and a

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