Monthly Archives: April 2019

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young by David Brown

This is the first of two biographies about the band coming out now (due to the Woodstock 50th anniversary). The other book focuses on the two year period the band was together. This biography spans all the years from the … Continue reading

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CSNY by Peter Doggett

What I look for in a biography is a very neutral viewpoint – mostly facts with leeway for some interpretation from a knowledgeable writer. But with CSNY, this felt very much a book written by a friend – someone who … Continue reading

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Blood Heir by Amelie Wen Zhao

Blood Heir is a solid YA fantasy with roots in Russian history (specifically, a take on Anastasia Romanov and Rasputin). The story flowed smoothly and the characters were nicely nuanced. The magic system was interesting enough to keep me invested … Continue reading

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