"They gotta go to the Amazon to get the book?"
It's like two rivers of awfulness formed an ocean of terrible.
Based on David Foster Wallace's novel.
Say cheese, also learn a thing or two.
If you've finished George R.R. Martin's epic novel 'A Storm of Swords' from his A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Mo'Free (our nickname for him, you're welcome) gets kinky.
"The then-89-year-old Bradbury spent a little over an hour ruminating on life, love, space exploration, and even libraries, with the verve and wit of somebody a fraction of his age."
It's a crime novel called Crusher.
With ten-to-one odds.
Our movie, TV, music, and book critics each choose five.
"Writing short stories in a culture like ours is like giving birth to girls in a Dominican conservative family in the fifties.”
His next work has record store owners, midwives, Quentin Tarantino, gentrification, and an Obama cameo.
You've got a little less than three weeks left until Labor Day. So pick up a book already.
Maps, music, and illustrations of "air fresheners," whatever that means.
Remembering the essayist and "This American Life" contributor, who died this week at 47.
A selection from page 369.
Fantasy comes at a price.