This thoughtful and heart-wrenching narrative should come in a welcome kit for parents of teenagers.
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Review: Hippie Chick: Coming of Age in the ‘60s by Ilene English
The feeling of creating a community of unknown but like-minded souls is intoxicating.
Review: Becoming by Michelle Obama
The word “becoming” means not only attractive, but describes a transition into another state of being….
Review: Lenin’s Asylum by A.A. Weiss
Weiss has volunteered through the Peace Corps to spend 27 months in Moldova, a former Soviet Republic between Romania and Ukraine.
Review: I’ll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara
“You’ll be silent forever, and I’ll be gone in the dark.”
Review: Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay
Roxane Gay holds nothing back, and you have to appreciate her stark honesty.
Review: I’ve Got My Period. So What? by Clara Henry
The title of this book pretty much lays it all on the line for you — and that was exactly the author’s point.
REVIEW: Smuggler’s Blues: A True Story of the Hippie Mafia by Richard Stratton
Reviewed by Jennifer JenkinsRichard Stratton started the 1980s as an entrepreneur. He sold drugs, mostly marijuana, but eventually branched out to hashish and others, with the noble credo of plant liberation for the hippie mafia. Then things went terribly wrong. In his memoir, Smuggler’s Blues: A True Story of the Hippie Mafia, (Arcade Publishing, April…
REVIEW: The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture by Glen Weldon
Everybody knows Batman. We just don’t all know the same Batman. He’s weathered quite a few changes in the past 78 years.