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Reviews of Life of Pi, Blackwood Farm, Dakota Grand and Emergency Magic

0 Comments · Thursday, October 31, 2002
While timing may not be everything, it can be key. Walking around in white satin and a purple boa might land you in the pokey unless you time your fashion assault for trick-or-treat. Closing in on  

Reviews of Midnight Snacks, White Apples and Dear Mr. President

0 Comments · Thursday, September 26, 2002
Ah, delicious indulgence. Midnight Snacks; 150 Easy and Enticing Alternatives to Standing by the Freezer Eating Ice Cream from the Carton by Michael J. Rosen and Sharon Reiss. It's impossible no  

Cover Story: The Fine Print

Books written about Sept.11, 2001

0 Comments · Thursday, September 5, 2002
This edition of Fine Print is dedicated to the memory of Michael McCabe and the hundreds of other former neighbors and fellow commuters who lost their lives at WTC. Even after months of researc  

Reviews of Bel Canto and Pocket Muse

0 Comments · Thursday, August 29, 2002
Bel Canto has won a fistful of awards, each richly-deserved, each heralding a lyrical, enchanting talent not to be missed. Ann Patchett writes of normal, everyday people wrapped into situations   

Reviews of The Frog King and The Origin of The World

0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
Let's begin. American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Mad Max meets Dogma meets Road to Perdition. Wildly imaginative. Very dark. Dramatically upping the ante, Gaiman takes off from British castles and atm  

Reviews of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay and Talk: A Novel in Dialogue

0 Comments · Thursday, July 4, 2002
Not long ago, book-bent folks spent their summers slogging through a single epic tome, like Gravity's Rainbow or War and Peace, approaching their insufferable allegiance as if literacy was a deb  

Cover Story: Holiday Gifts by the Book

0 Comments · Thursday, November 30, 2000
Simply put, there's no finer gift than a book, reflecting smartly on both the giver and the receiver. Sublime, questioning, sophisticated, original, curious, charitable, wise, caustic -- a book