Book Review: The Adulterants by Joe Dunthorne

The Adulterants by Joe Dunthorne highlights the life of one exceptionally self-centered and incompetent 30-something man. Ray works as a internet journalist, writing about the latest developments in technology—a freelance position that allows him the unusual freedom to drink well into the night or picnic on a weekday afternoon, all the while his pregnant wife, … Continue reading Book Review: The Adulterants by Joe Dunthorne

Book Review: George and Lizzie by Nancy Pearl

There they both were, Lizzie and George, in their separate worlds, surely a clue to what their future relationship would be. George steps towards the line, brings his arm forward and smoothly lets go of his ball, and at the same moment Lizzie tries to throw her ball spinning down the alley, but something immediately … Continue reading Book Review: George and Lizzie by Nancy Pearl

Book Review: The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder

"I wonder why this shit always happens to us," she says, and presses her cheek against his neck. "I don't know..." Paul says. "I guess because we let it." Authentically rendered, Grant Grinder breaths snarky, acerbic life into the characters of The People We Hate at the Wedding and captures the realistic dysfunction of the … Continue reading Book Review: The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder