If you remember the Pulitzer Prize winning book, "The Years of Extermination,” you will know at once that this review refers to Saul Friedländer. If you also know that he spent sixteen years writing his magnum opus, you could claim that he spent 80 years writing his new . . .
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novels have the reputation to be always the hardest one to produce,
especially if the breaking-out novel was a success or generated buzzing
reviews. Self-pressure being often the cause as the challenge to
recapture the lengthy feat, embedded in the first published novel, is
insurmountable for authors. It is not the case for “Shining Sea.” Though not a fan of multi-generational novel, I tip my hat to Anne Korkeakivi’s second . . .
This book is about the “A-Word.” A
could stand for Atomic, since explosion is implied, but in this case it
is about autism. Autism is a trend that keeps on gaining momentum, and
its label, once inflicted on a child, reverberates as a social suicide
for families. The merit of Jennifer Noonan’s
journey is precisely to expose the daily struggle families with
autistic children must live through, bringing her resourceful
personality to the front.
is the book that will explain to you what is Bitcoin and how they came
to be, if you only have heard about them and thought it was just another
App. If you are looking for a roller-coaster ride in the underworld of
alternative finance, “Virtual Billions”
is the book as well. You will learn about the reclusive genius creator
of Bitcoins, Satoshi Nakamoto, who, on his own, decided to wage war
against the world financial and banking system, and the prince of
darkness himself, Ross Ulbricht,