CCLaP Fridays: The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road, by Abbie Bernstein

This week I review the movie tie-in book “The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road,” by Abbie Bernstein. The review is shiny and chrome. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road, by Abbie Bernstein

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On Being Human Redux: Breakaway (Cassandra Kresnov, Book Two), by Joel Shepherd

Continuing with this week’s theme, I’ll be looking at Breakaway (Cassandra Kresnov, Book Two). The book follows fast on the heels of Crossover, where we are introduced Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human and former super-soldier of The League. Continue reading On Being Human Redux: Breakaway (Cassandra Kresnov, Book Two), by Joel Shepherd

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On Being Human Redux: Crossover (Cassandra Kresnov, Book One), by Joel Shepherd

I revisit the question, “What does it mean to be human?” with On Being Human Redux, looking at Joel Shepherd’s cerebral actioner, “Crossover,” introducing us to synethetic human Cassandra Kresnov. Continue reading On Being Human Redux: Crossover (Cassandra Kresnov, Book One), by Joel Shepherd

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The Art of Reviewing: Clive James

Clive James and his many books Every blog needs a large-scale project. The Art of Reviewing will explore reviewing as an art form and as a valuable element to understanding society.  During this project, I will profile specific reviewers of merit.  Several specific cases also explore other facets of reviewing. Clive James and the Spice Girls.  A fascinating interview. Clive James has done it all.  He’s a poet, wit, lyricist, TV presenter, cultural commentator, author, and memoirist.  This Australian native represents the Old Guard, sharing a similar background with Christopher Hitchens and Martin Amis.  His critical stance may be a … Continue reading The Art of Reviewing: Clive James

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