Sep 04, 2017
New York Journal of Books' new custom digital technology connects reviewers to upcoming titles. Book reviews are alive and well, and readers are thrilled about the increase in coverage.
Aug 06, 2013
New York Journal of Books reviews Do Cool Sh*t and uncovers what's not in the book: her restaurant for lactose intolerant, gluten free, and vegan diners was briefly closed by New York City Dept. of Health for Healthcare violations.
May 02, 2013
Reading calms frazzled nerves. Losing yourself in a book compels the mind to concentrate and eases tensions. Stressed about choosing a read? Alleviate the hassle by relying on the best book reviews online at NY Journal of Books
Apr 15, 2013
Jackie Robinson Day is a fitting tribute to major league baseball's #42, a giant among men and a player whose determination and accomplishments on and off the field compelled America to confront harmful racial stereotypes.
Apr 04, 2013
A failed marriage is not funny. "Life in a Marital Institution" described by NYJB as a “tedious diatribe." The author, “a sad, pointless, immature man walking away from his family because he can’t bear to be wrong." Where's the...
Mar 13, 2013
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jim Thompson, a leading author of Nordic Noir in Finland, notes Ake Edwardson’s unusually meandering story in the newly released translation of Room No.
Mar 12, 2013
"The Mapmaker's War: A Legend" is an inspiring tale with a feminist spin. A laudatory review in New York Journal of Books is accompanied by an exclusive in depth interview that explains the author's writing process.
Feb 19, 2013
This memoir is a poignant tale about a search for answers, revealing the enduring power of a son's love and the overwhelming sense of loss that fuels the quest for information about his fathers untimely death. It's a sensational read.
Feb 19, 2013
"Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, and Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan" lauded by eminent baseball historian Dorothy Seymour Mills for thorough research and accurate depiction of Babe Ruth's 1934 baseball tour of Japan.
Jan 04, 2013
The ACLU has adopted positions that affect our lives. Read the inside story behind the American Civil Liberties Union and its decisions regarding privacy on birth control, rape, sexual harassment, and gay rights.