The Coup by John Updike

In his life, John Updike was considered to be one of, if not the, premier American novelists of the 20th century-his Rabbit Angstrom books are still considered to be one […]

The Iron Heel by Jack London

I come to you today to discuss Jack London’s The Iron Heel. Jack London was and still is considered one of America’s premier authors and a fascinating character to study in […]

The Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana

The Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana is one of those books that greatly fits Mark Twain’s definition of a literary classic: A book that everybody wants to have read, but nobody […]

An Important Announcement

All people reading this blog, I want to make this announcement to you. That announcement is that I have decided upon a complete revamping of this blog’s mission statement. Plenty […]

The Art of Love by Ovid

Before I can review Ovid: Robert Heinlein once said that “every generation thinks that they invented sex”-that’s certainly true of both the generation that idolized Heinlein’s Stranger In A Strange […]