A terrifying satirical novel that touches on colonialism, children’s adventure novels and the nature of evil. Widely hated and criticized when it was first published, there is truly nothing that hits the way this book does. Any description fails to do it justice. Cleo’s favorite book.
Dell Abyss line Paperback At a club in Missing Mile, N.C., the children of the night gather, dressed in black, look for acceptance. Among them are Ghost, who sees what others do not; Ann, longing [...]
Responding to the US’s perpetual war, Butler explores how mourning could inspire solidarity In her most impassioned and personal book to date, Judith Butler responds in this profound appraisal of [...]