Review: The Martian


I burst out in tears multiple times whilst navigating this minefield of hilarity, science and emotional seesaws. Mark Watney is trapped on Mars, accidentally abandoned by his crew. Now he must survive until NASA figures out a way to get him back to Earth. Watney’s…

Review: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas


In a somewhat true story, in which the events may or may not have occurred, a journalist, Raoul Duke, and his lawyer, Dr. Gonzo, take a trip to Las Vegas to find the American Dream. Originally sent to cover the Mint 400, a…

Review: Missoula, Rape and the Justice System in a College Town


In his latest book, Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town, Krakauer skillfully confronts readers to address the taboo nature that society places on the subject of rape. Krakauer succeeds in delivering a factually driven narrative that closer examines the…

Review: Giovanni’s Room


Written in the 1950s, James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room was very ahead of its time. It's set in Paris during the 1950s. An American, named David, is living in Paris. He is about to get married to a lovely lady named Hella, but she…

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