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Alex Kotlowitz joins the ranks of the important few writers on the subject of urban poverty.
Chicago Tribune
There Are No Children Here
by Alex Kotlowitz
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Craig has done it. He's written a book that is a notch up. And I think he's solidified our trust in him as one of the best writers of the new millenium.
chuckpalahniuk.net
Dermaphoria
by Craig Clevenger
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[...] a beguiling and arrestingly original mix, and suggests that unlike poor doomed Peter Jones, Ashon has a long literary career ahead of him.
The Independent
Clear Water
by Will Ashon
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The most thoughtful book by a footballer than I can remember reading.
The Independent

An early contender for this year's literary prizes in sport.
Sunday Tribune
The Italian Job
by Gianluca Vialli, Gabriele Marcotti
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Indispensable to the reader with a passion for soccer and a thought and a care for everything else.
The Thinking Fan's Guide to the World Cup
by V. A., edited by M. Weiland e S. Wilsey
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Hilarious and emotional... An amusingly cranky memoir.
The New York Times Book Review

Alternadad
by Neal Pollack
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[...] inventive, scary and darkly humorous [...] a dash of Stephen King and a hint of Lovecraft but is really sui generis.
The Observer

The Pilo Family Circus
by Will Elliott
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Where have I been all of Chelsea Handler's life? I had no idea how funny, how brilliant she is. She is too clever for words.
New York Post

Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea
by Chelsea Handler
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The Fade
by Craig Clevenger
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Mr. Currie is a startlingly talented writer whose book will pay no heed to ordinary narrative conventions... He survives the inevitable, apt comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut and writes in a tenderly mordant voice of his own...
New York Times

Everything Matters!
by Ron Currie, Jr.
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Galveston is an assured debut full of hard truths, a throwback novel that ends up shouldering the noir genre forward.
Chuck Hogan, author of Devils in Exile and Prince of Thieves


Galveston
by Nick Pizzolatto
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In [...] a profound - and profoundly disturbing - debut novel, Ron Currie Jr. takes his place among the ranks of George Orwell, Aldous Huxley and Arthur C. Clark.
Bookpage


God is Dead
by Ron Currie, Jr.
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Finally, an authoritative account of the mythologized life of Sara Baartman.
Zoë Wicomb

Sara Baartman & The Hottentot Venus
by Clifton Crais, Pamela Scully
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Fantastic, very funny. The best sort of book about rock.
Andrew O’Hagan

Killing Bono
by Neil McCormick, Neil Gaiman
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Great writers can write anything, and Plugged is proof.
The Washington Post

Plugged
by Colfer Eoin
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Tusi Tamasese expands the border of cinema. [...] with striking images and anecdotal flair [...] we look forward to his next film.
SPECIAL MENTION, 68th Venice Film Festival

O Le Tulafale - The Orator
by Tusi Tamasese
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One of the best first novels I've ever read.
Charlaine Harris

Those Across the River
by Christopher Buehlman
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A hulking raconteur and iconoclast, [Van Ronk] fondly captures the spirit of the times.
Q Magazine

The Mayor of MacDougal Street
by Van Ronk con Elijah Wald
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A treat for any book lover, happily mated or cheerfully single.
USA Today

Much Ado About Loving
by Maura Kelly, Jack Murningham
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One of the absolutely essential books of our time.
Saturday Review of Literature

The Thurber Carnival
by James Thurber
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Dick quietly produced serious fiction in popular form and there can be no greater praise.
Michael Moorcock

Galactic Pot-Healer
by Philip K. Dick