Anyone can change... including grumpy old men.
Set with hurricane Katrina in the background, Salvage the Bones reminds us of the power a family has to overcome anything.
Set during Mao's re-education era, this polished jewel of a novel is a profound and humbling reminder of how quickly all that we take for granted can be lost... yet also asks: is anything fully lost? and contemplates the power of literature beside our own human courage and frailty. -- Jackie
PAT SAYS: "A deep, evocative story about fathers & sons, marriage, and mystery. About life pared down to the nitty-gritty, to what's truly important. I love Stevie Kallos' work. I wish everyone could read this book."
A lovely feel-good story with real life challenges
Now in paper!
An ecothriller that will whisk you right into winter. I couldn't put it down. -- Pat
Brene Brown knows how to get to the heart of a matter -- Theresa
Critics have produced valuable analyses of the Internet's effect on the world, oscillating between utopian bliss and dystopian hell. But according to McChesney, arguments on both sides fail to address the relationship between economic power and the digital world. In Digital Disconnect, Robert McChesney offers a groundbreaking critique of the Internet, urging us to reclaim the democratizing potential of the digital revolution while we still can.