BookClique

Here we will post our musings on a wide variety of titles. You can comment on our posts and find the titles in our catalog.

Feed by M.T. Anderson

Imagine that when you are born, your brain is implanted with a chip that allows you to access a vast computer network called the Feed.  The Feed allows you to quickly download any information you desire, communicate telepathically with your linked friends, and view a constant stream of advertisements that are tailored to your personality [...]

Invisible by Paul Auster

It is very hard to review this book because telling you any little bit of the plot may diminish the experience for you, the reader. Having said that I will give you a metaphor that will (hopefully!) pique your curiousity. Reading Invisible by Paul Auster is like accepting a ride from an aquaintance. Chapter 1. [...]

Crime by Irvine Welsh

Irvine Welsh, author of “Trainspotting” and “If You Liked School, You’ll Love Work“, has written another classic novel: “Crime“. Ray Lennox is a troubled Scottish detective who is on vacation in Florida with his fiance, Trudi. Ray has a special hatred for pedophiles and this vacation is actually supposed to help him recover from a [...]

The Watchmen by Alan Moore

I am almost embarrassed that it has taken me this long to get around to this classic comic series. I had of course heard about it for years, but it took the amazing trailer for the upcoming movie adaptation to prompt me to pick it up. For those of you unfamiliar with it, the Watchmen is [...]

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