Review: Brave New World and Brave New World Revisited

Brave New World

Brave New World is a classic in dystopian fiction. It shows the world circa 700 AF (After Ford). The world is seemingly ruled by one central authority, which can be looked at in two ways. In one way, the central authority is the Alphas, individuals raised to be the intellectuals and social organizers who keep [Read More...]

Review: The American Catholic Almanac

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Sarah Reinhard maintains that The American Catholic Almanac isn’t a book for the bookshelf, but instead a book to share and reread and quote. Find out why in her review. [Read more...]

Review: On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King

On Writing by Stephen King

Few authors are as prolific and successful as Stephen King. In 2000, he published this book, part autobiography and part writing advice. The memoir covers his early years, from childhood until he broke his addictions to booze and drugs. King does not give a thorough or strictly chronological biography but “snapshots” of moments influential in [Read More...]


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