Book Review: “Disorderly” by Jayme K.
(CCLaP is dedicated to reviewing as many contemporary books as possible, including self-published volumes; click here to learn how to submit your own book for possible review, although be warned that it needs to have been published within the last 12 months to be considered. For the complete list of all books reviewed here, as […] Posted on by yairbenzvi 
Book Review: “The Dog Stars” by Peter Heller
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Book Review: “Youth” by Jayme K.
(CCLaP is dedicated to reviewing as many contemporary books as possible, including self-published volumes; click here to learn how to submit your own book for possible review, although be warned that it needs to have been published within the last 12 months to be considered. For the complete list of all books reviewed here, as […] Posted on by yairbenzvi 
Book Review: “The Funny Man” by John Warner
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Book Review: “Awakening” by Ray N. Kuili
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Book Review: “The Age of Miracles” by Karen Thompson Walker
Today's book review: Karen Thompson Walker's heavily hyped apocalyptic relationship drama, "The Age of Miracles." Says reviewer Yair Ben-Zvi, "Where the book really shines for me is in its description of childhood and its inherent tragedy, especially in modern times. Yes, in a book about the end of the world, it's the indictment of growing up in the modern world that deserves the most mention." Posted on by yairbenzvi 
Book Review: “Connecting Two Worlds” by Anthony T Simeone
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Book Review: “The Retrospective” by A.B. Yehoshua
Today's book review: "The Retrospective," the latest by "bad-boy" Israeli novelist A.B. Yehoshua. Sums up reviewer Yair Ben-Zvi, "One part film study, one part My Dinner with Andre, another part concluding scene to the Grapes of Wrath coupled with Roman art, and a distinctly Israeli flavor to the proceedings that gives the text a soft and languid warmth that, unfortunately, also slows and at times suffocates the text to a maddening stall." Posted on by yairbenzvi