Michael Wolff’s explosive book on the Trump administration, while an entertaining read, is dubious in terms of its factual veracity. Michael Wolff’s fly-on-the-wall account of the…
Browsing: Book Reviews
In her latest book, ‘The Pimping of Prostitution’, Julie Bindel examines and critiques arguments around the decriminalisation of sex work and prostitution.
Iona Italia pays homage to the remarkable novelist Ursula Le Guin’s life and work in this moving tribute to her seminal work “The Left Hand Of…
Daniel Levy reviews ‘Days of the Fall’ by Jonathan Spyer, which bridges the think-tank and combat journalism worlds through the Syrian and Iraqi civil wars.
Is dawa subtly re-branding political Islam? Aayan Hirsi Ali warns of the duplicitous tactics behind efforts to disguise illiberal practices.
Nick Clegg’s book ‘How To Stop Brexit’ is daring and witty. Will it change people’s minds and propose how to make Britain great again?
Religion and Development in the Global South: Rumy Hasan’s new book draws links between religious oppression & economic stagnation.
The Sexualized Body and the Medical Authority of Pornography is an incisive analysis of how the porn industry shapes our culture, our bodies and our brains.
Our Western Christian heritage still determines aspects of homophobia, and Terri Murray urges us to keep thinking straight about being gay.