Excellent consideration of how the participants in an unbearable situation (brutal dictatorship and torture in Haiti) go on with their lives.
Ex-con foils a reclusive actress’s escape from society. A little too pie-in-the-sky for me.
Jesus the revolutionary, but not the way the Jews thought he would be. The gospels, and who they were meant for.
Pleasant but insubstantial. Newspaper reporter-slash-sleuth with witty repartee.
McDonalds is evil.
Two privileged characters, one 49, one 20-something, have a friendship via telephone. He’s a heroin addict, later a suicide. Her world is so insular and rarefied she can’t cope with the real one.
Seventies, white kids in black neighborhoods, soul music, rings of power, the new Chabon?