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First Look Club: Jowana reviews Time’s Convert
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First Look Club: Jowana reviews Time’s Convert

Reviewed by Jowana Bueser TIME’S CONVERT By Deborah Harkness 448 pp. Viking. Three stories unfold as Deborah Harkness returns to the world of vampires and witches in Time’s Convert, a historical fiction, fantasy, paranormal romance sure to excite fans of the […]

First Look: Farsighted
Book Reviews, First Look

First Look: Farsighted

The hardest choices are also the most consequential. So why do we know so little about how to get them right? In his latest book, Steven Johnson breaks down the decision-making process for us to better understand where we are […]

First Look Club: Palo reviews Farsighted
Book Reviews, First Look

First Look Club: Palo reviews Farsighted

Reviewed by Palo Garcia FARSIGHTED By Steven Johnson 256 pp. Riverhead Books. “Hindsight is 20/20.” This is a statement I often say to myself—or long-suffering friends—whenever I deal with the (relatively minor) consequences of a bad decision. Like wearing suede […]

First Look Club: Jean reviews Farsighted
Book Reviews, First Look

First Look Club: Jean reviews Farsighted

Reviewed by Jean Arboleda FARSIGHTED By Steven Johnson 256 pp. Riverhead Books. Think about all the hardest decisions you’ve ever had (or are ever likely) to make. What career are you going to pursue? Should you start your own company? Where […]

First Look Club: Jed reviews Farsighted
Book Reviews, First Look

First Look Club: Jed reviews Farsighted

Reviewed by Jed Cruz FARSIGHTED By Steven Johnson 256 pp. Riverhead Books. The act of decision-making is a unique and remarkable thing. It is a discipline, but it is also a chore. It is something that all people engage in multiple […]

First Look Club: Reina reviews Vox
Book Reviews, First Look

First Look Club: Reina reviews Vox

Reviewed by Reina Bambao VOX By Christina Dalcher 326 pp. Berkley. Led by a government of fundamentalists and bigots, America enforces a one-hundred-word quota on women’s speech — by way of putting a counter on every woman’s wrist and punishing them […]