Bookshots: Metamorphosis by Nicholas Mosley

Bookshots: 'Metamorphosis' by Nicholas Mosley

Review by Dean Fetzer
A short meandering treatise on the possibilities and potentials of the human race.
Bookshots: 'Brainquake' by Samuel Fuller

Bookshots: 'Brainquake' by Samuel Fuller

Review by Keith Rawson
LItReactor's review of legendary film director Samuel Fuller's "lost" novel, 'Brainquake'.
Bookshots: 'F: A Novel' by Daniel Kehlmann

Bookshots: 'F: A Novel' by Daniel Kehlmann

Review by BH Shepherd
A brief review of 'F: A Novel' by Daniel Kehlmann.
Bookshots: 'Confessions' by Kanae Minato

Bookshots: 'Confessions' by Kanae Minato

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Six years later, the best-selling Japanese thriller gets a stateside release.
Bookshots: 'The Trouble with Brunch' by Shawn Micallef

Bookshots: 'The Trouble with Brunch' by Shawn Micallef

Review by Cath Murphy
Not so much about Eggs Hollandaise as class revolution. To the barricades mes amis!
Bookshots: 'The Supernatural Enhancements' by Edgar Cantero

Bookshots: 'The Supernatural Enhancements' by Edgar Cantero

Review by Leah Dearborn
August 13, 2014 (3) comments
Spirits, ciphers, secret societies, and some funky pseudoscience involving the dangers of dreams make 'Supernatural Enhancements' a fun and addictive read.
Bookshots: 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage' by Haruki Mura

Bookshots: 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage' by Haruki Murakami

Review by Christopher Shultz
August 12, 2014 (2) comments
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.
Bookshots: 'We Are All Completely Fine' by Daryl Gregory

Bookshots: 'We Are All Completely Fine' by Daryl Gregory

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.
Bookshots: 'The Big, Bad Book of Botany' by Michael Largo

Bookshots: 'The Big, Bad Book of Botany' by Michael Largo

Review by Stephanie Bonjack
Every plant has a story. Some nourish civilizations, some alter the mind, and some leave trails of bodies.
Bookshots: 'Global Muckraking' Edited by Anya Schiffrin

Bookshots: 'Global Muckraking' Edited by Anya Schiffrin

Review by Ryan Peverly
Edited by journalist Anya Schiffrin, this collection of international investigative journalism reminds us why the lost art of muckraking is so important.