Peter Morgan May 17, 2019
For all its campus-novel punches, Randy Boyagoda's new novel most succeeds in limning the ways his title character's faith bends to his needs.
Joe Hoover, S.J. May 17, 2019
Greg Pardlo's new memoir clips quickly along and burdens the reader with almost no slow moments.
Jenny Shank May 16, 2019
Sarah Blake's dream-like and intriguing first novel introduces us to the wife of Noah.
Helen McKendry holds a family photo with her mother, Jean McConville, at home in Killyleagh, Northern Ireland, in 2012 (AP Photo/Peter Morrison).
Terry Golway May 15, 2019
Patrick Radden Keefe delivers a searing portrait of Irish women and men struggling to make sense of their past and their memories.
Eric Sundrup, S.J. May 03, 2019
1999 was the year of incredible movies, both in terms of quality and quantity.
Larry Madaras May 03, 2019
Doris Kearns Goodwin’s strength is in the way she captures the presidential scene with companionable prose that most professional historians are unable to capture.