The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf

You want to know the scariest thing about this book? It was written nearly thirty years ago. It reads like its discussing the current obsessions, the modern compulsion, the contemporary disillusion that we as we are—women, men, people of any label or identity—are not enough. At least not yet. But if you’re sweating pounds at […]


Longbourn by Jo Baker

I am going to preface this review with the clear understanding that the following is my opinion, and my opinion only. Take it as you see fit, ignore it at your own pleasure. The New York Times, The Washington Post, even NPR acclaim this book. I, on the very other hand, criticize this book. To […]