Dr. David Weill’s memoir, ‘Exhale: Hope, Healing, and a Life in Transplant,’ tells a powerful story about how physicians can learn to help people, even when they can’t be healed.
A new book by journalist Todd Bensman, ‘America’s Covert Border War,’ provides alarming details on a national security threat that isn’t being addressed.
‘Ready Player Two,’ the much-anticipated sequel to the popular novel and film ‘Ready Player One,’ is a loose collection of unlikable characters and precious pop culture references in search of a plot.
People like me have gone years feeling alone and ignored by the popular discussion of gender identity, but Ryan’s book gives us hope and understanding.
Helen Andrews’ book, ‘Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster,’ offers a penetrating and damning look at a generation that put America on a path to ruin.
Political philosopher Michael Sandel’s ‘The Tyranny of Merit’ astutely diagnoses the root problems of America’s economic inequality and failing education systems, but fails to offer meaningful solutions.
A new essay collection, ‘Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West,’ illuminates how the vaunted Russian writer’s warnings about secularism and progressivism are as prescient and insightful as ever.
In Ryszard Legutko’s latest book, ‘The Cunning of Freedom: Saving the Self in an Age of False Idols,’ the Polish professor and survivor of communism warns that the coercive attempts of modern liberals to redefine freedom are more destructive than liberating.
The latest novel from ‘Fight Club’ author Chuck Palahniuk is another satisfying, if superficial, examination of the intersection of victimhood and dark impulses.
The latest entry in Lee Child’s popular thriller series is the first with a co-author, and the changes in tone and style are evident.
Most of us had a little more time to read this year. So here’s our year in reading, featuring book recommendations from Federalist writers and contributors.
Joey Miller’s ‘Rebirth: The Journey of Pregnancy After a Loss,’ is an indispensable and empathetic guide for mothers trying to move on after being devastated by miscarriage or the loss of an infant.
With little to no emphasis on J.D. Vance’s Appalachia community, the film lacks the sense of place that his memoir crafted carefully.
Tom Segev’s biography David Ben-Gurion, ‘A State at Any Cost,’ shows the Israeli founding father to be an heroic, if imperfect, visionary.
Ray Bradbury’s work contains just the right amount of nostalgia, innocence, and genuine fright to enjoy on All Hallow’s Eve.
In his latest book, Dreher warns of the consequences of living in a post-Christian America and urges readers to suffer, if necessary, for the sake of upholding the truth.
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