‘The Best We Could Do’ is a Beautiful, Timely Graphic Novel About Family and Refugees in America

Author: Thi Bui Release Date: March 7, 2017 Publisher: Abrams Books Review Spoilers:  Low GoodReads | Amazon  One of the most poignant and moving graphic novel biographies I’ve read in a long time, The Best We Could Do is a wonderfully timely book that tells a very important story. With the kind of controversy surrounding immigration […]

‘You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)’ Is A Coffee Date With Your BFF in the Best Ways

Author: Felicia Day Release Date: August 11, 2015 Publisher: Touchstone Genre(s): Memoir Review Spoilers: Mild GoodReads | Amazon  Typically, I don’t read memoirs or biographies. But there was something about this book that screamed “Take me home! You must read me!” as I browsed through the shelves of my local bookstore. Maybe it was the catchy title, […]

‘George Lucas: A Life’ Tells the Story of One of The World’s Most Influential Filmmakers

Author: Brian Jay Jones Release Date: December 6, 2016 Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Genre(s): Biography, Non-Fiction Review Spoilers:  Low GoodReads | Amazon At times both beloved and reviled by the generations of fans he’s inspired, George Lucas is nonetheless a pop culture icon. He’s an enterprising filmmaker who has challenged and changed the movie […]