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Reviews: All Books


Jul 2016

Review of: Published in: Radikal

Hem kendimizi casaretlendirmek hem de cevreye daha duyarli bir gözle bakabilmek adina her sayfasinda güc veriyor.

Jun 2016

Review of: Published in: Washington Post

This is an untidy book, but a great one.... Intense purposefulness is what makes this book extraordinary... This is a very noble book.

Jun 2016

Review of: Published in: The Guardian

From assaults to kidnappings, celebrations to conflicts and journeys on ice-breakers and reindeer sleds, Solomon unites human history around the world through his intimate, personal accounts.

Jun 2016

Review of: Published in: New York Times

Some 30 travel pieces, in prose sparkling with insight, describe “places in the throes of transformation.”

Jun 2016

Review of: Published in: New York Times

His prose sparkles with insights and captivating description, whether he is observing camels in Mongolia... or eating his way through China.

Jun 2016

Review of: Published in: SpokaneFaVS

We read Andrew Solomon not just for his scrupulous research on a range of subjects, but also for the pleasure of his gorgeous prose.

May 2016

Review of: Published in: Library Journal

Solomon’s fans, readers of travel literature, and students of long-form journalism will welcome this addition.

May 2016

Review of: Published in: The Bookseller

His writing is never less than deeply perceptive writing, and wonderfully humane.

May 2016

Review of: Published in: KUER

Solomon gives us a startling and insightful view of change-in-the-making over the years, while ever reminding us of our common humanity.

May 2016

Review of: Published in: Star Tribune

Solomon's reporting from far-flung places is surprisingly powerful, a bighearted response to a divisive era.