Review by Brian McGackin
A young woman discovers that...and well this guy...but then there's this place and...cripes, what the hell did I just read?
Review by Dean Fetzer
A short meandering treatise on the possibilities and potentials of the human race.
Review by Keith Rawson
LItReactor's review of legendary film director Samuel Fuller's "lost" novel, 'Brainquake'.
Review by BH Shepherd
A brief review of 'F: A Novel' by Daniel Kehlmann.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Six years later, the best-selling Japanese thriller gets a stateside release.
Review by Cath Murphy
Not so much about Eggs Hollandaise as class revolution. To the barricades mes amis!
Review by Leah Dearborn
Spirits, ciphers, secret societies, and some funky pseudoscience involving the dangers of dreams make 'Supernatural Enhancements' a fun and addictive read.
Review by Christopher Shultz
Like the titular character, Murakami's new novel lacks a certain vitality and color, and handles a difficult subject matter with an off-putting flippancy.
Review by Rajan Khanna
Daryl Gregory's 'We Are All Completely Fine' tells the story of a victims support group and the hidden secret that ties them all together.
Review by Stephanie Bonjack
Every plant has a story. Some nourish civilizations, some alter the mind, and some leave trails of bodies.