CCLaP Fridays: Sick Justice: Inside the American Gulag, by Ivan G. Goldman

This week I review Ivan Goldman’s scathing indictment of the American prison system, “Sick Justice: Inside the American Gulag.” American muckraking at its finest! Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: Sick Justice: Inside the American Gulag, by Ivan G. Goldman

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The NSFW Files: Story of O, by Pauline Reage

This week I continue my ongoing essay series, The NSFW Files, with the controversial classic, The Story of O, by Pauline Reage, about a woman who desires to be dominated. Continue reading The NSFW Files: Story of O, by Pauline Reage

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CCLaP Mini-review: “Pyramid of Skulls,” by Martin Fruchtman

In Pyramid of Skulls: A Novel of Timur, Warrior and Emperor, David is Timur’s court doctor and vizier, who witnesses the intrigues of court and the carnage of the battlefield. While ostensibly a historical novel, I found reading Pyramid of Skulls akin to reading a Warhammer 40K novel or a book from R. Scott Bakker’s epic fantasy series. Continue reading CCLaP Mini-review: “Pyramid of Skulls,” by Martin Fruchtman

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