TCD’s 2013 Summer ReadsJun 22nd, 2013 by Third Coast Daily
TCD staffers Howard Leu and Madeline Pieschel, Edible Milwaukee publisher Jen Ede and Boswell Books employee Jason Kennedy discuss the books on their summertime agendas.
SummerlandAug 14th, 2011 by Matthew Reddin
Summerland is not high art. It’s a young adult book at its finest, and a read will take the average adult a few days at most. But what a wonderful few days they’ll be.
American TabloidAug 7th, 2011 by Ryan Findley
James Ellroy’s style ensures that you don’t spend a lot of time working out the intricacies of grammatic structure. Instead, he prefers to smack you upside the head with his words.
One Hundred Years of SolitudeJul 31st, 2011 by Joshua Charles
Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 1967 novel provokes reflection on the repetitive nature of history and whether we in any way control the evolution of society.
Infinite JestJul 24th, 2011 by Brian Whitney
There have been ambitious novels before and since "Infinite Jest," but there is no single piece of literature that captures the details of the human experience as well.
A Prayer for Owen MeanyJul 3rd, 2011 by Judith Ann Moriarty
Irving's is a highly political novel from a highly political time, with war and politics sharing a dance macabre and where people search for meaning in uncertain times.