Red Notice by Bill Browder

Um. Whoa. Can that be a sufficient summary for this book review? “Red Notice” is Bill Browder’s autobiography, yes, but it’s also his personal testament and accusation against his murderers. Wait, what? Yeah. It’s that crazy. Bill Browder is still touring the world in 2019, making global change, and very much alive. But he’s prettyContinue reading “Red Notice by Bill Browder”


I hate to admit that I read an R-rated book, but the first thing you have to know about “Pachinko” if you’re on my blog is that it is NOT for youth. This is not one I would put on my bookshelves for the long haul, and because of that, I didn’t know whether orContinue reading “Pachinko”

Nothing To Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea

I think the kids nowadays say “I’m shook”? And I feel like this is the correct context for my first time ever using that slang, because this book for reals left me “shook”. I just can’t say enough good things about the work and research that went into this book. And for people to shareContinue reading “Nothing To Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea”