This is a collection of the first four of Ursula La Guin’s famous Earthsea novels. I have only read the first of the quartet, A Wizard of Earthsea, which introduces us to the young, promising, and conflicted boy, Ged. When Ged shows prowess during a raid on his village, he is catapulted onto a journey … More Earthsea: The First Four Books
Clementine Ford’s angry manifesto not just for girls, but for guys like me it is an eye-opening treatise on the inequality of our world, revealing just how far we still have to go. Despite the fury of her discourse, it never seems nothing less than justified.
Once again P.G. Wodehouse constructs an elaborate narrative of the absurdities and shenanigans of the aristocracy, the gentry, and the idle rich as they typically get embroiled in another of his infectious tales. This time it is the adventurous, industrious, and slightly ingenious entrepreneur Ronald Smith who decides to hire out his services to whoever … More Leave It to Psmith
This is the first of Walter Mosley’s iconic Easy Rawlins series and for me it was to be the first of many in the series and the first of many of his other novels and short stories collections. Set in Los Angeles in the 1940s, the story follows Rawlins as he inadvertently finds himself becoming … More Devil in a Blue Dress
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