Consuming Culture: June is Audiobook Month

Pages about reviews contact Tuesday, June 29, 2010 June is Audiobook Month Posted by Salvatore at 8:05 AM | I’ve been meaning to write about audiobooks and audiobook month for a while now, but as it’s still June I guess it’s still appropriate. (The World Cup is quite the distraction.) Until very recently I’ve had […]

The Five Borough Book Review: August 2012

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Thursday, August 23, 2012 Fiction | Rosamunde Pilcher Is Beach Reading At Its Finest Last summer when I was on vacation, I read Rosamunde Pilcher’s Coming Home. The cover really looks like it’s a romance novel, but I assure you that it is not! Not that I […]

The Five Borough Book Review: February 2010

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Friday, February 26, 2010 A Brief Conversation on EATING ANIMALS I read Jonathan Safran Foer’s Eating Animals a few months ago, but I was unable to put my thoughts into a coherent review. Foer and the topic of his book were things I’ve argued many times before […]

The Five Borough Book Review: April 2013

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Thursday, April 18, 2013 Book Tour: The Mermaid of Brooklyn If I was planning on having children anytime in the near future (disclaimer: I am not), Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn would make me seriously rethink that decision. And, actually, is making me reconsider having children […]

Consuming Culture: MAY Book Events: New York

Pages about reviews contact Saturday, May 1, 2010 MAY Book Events: New York Posted by Kari at 3:41 PM | 5/3, Monday “Island Beneath the Sea” Isabel Allende, B&N Union Square, 7:00 pm “Alone With You” Marisa Silver, McNally Jackson, 7:00 pm “She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother” Bryan Batt, B&N Lincoln Triangle, 7:30 pm […]

The Five Borough Book Review: February 2011

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Tuesday, February 22, 2011 What is the internet?? The February pick for the Idlewild bookclub was Tom Rachman’s best-seller, The Imperfectionists—a welcome change of pace from last month’s philosophical textbook. This was an interesting book club choice. At first, I didn’t think there would be much to […]

The Five Borough Book Review: Fiction | If Dogs Could Talk

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Thursday, November 21, 2013 Fiction | If Dogs Could Talk On Goodreads, I rated Pete Nelson’s I Thought You Were Dead as a 5-star earner. That five star rating is rare, so I know you’re dying to read why I bestowed such an honor on this book. […]

The Five Borough Book Review: December 2013

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Friday, December 20, 2013 Fiction | How Olive Sees It I picked up another one that’s been on my shelf a while… (Are you sensing a trend? There is a reason; more later) …Elizabeth Strout’s Pulitzer winner Oliver Kitteridge. Despite the notoriety of this book, I really […]

The Five Borough Book Review: February 2012

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Wednesday, February 22, 2012 Westward Ho!: Sherman Alexie’s Modern Indian When I was in the fifth grade, my teacher made me read a book and write a report on it…that NO ONE ELSE HAD TO DO. The intent of it, I know, was to keep my mind […]

The Five Borough Book Review: January 2013

Pages Home About Us The Books Contact Us Tuesday, January 29, 2013 YA Reading, Round 10: Sci-Fi This is one genre I definitely thought would be the least interesting, but it actually turned out to be one of my favorite weeks of reading. I really enjoyed these two books, but I’m still don’t think I […]