Book Reviews on rabble.ca

Feb 21 2013 | By Claudio D'Andrea | Following his blockbuster memoir A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius and two well-received works of short fiction, the scope of Eggers' work has widened to embrace the world.
Feb 15 2013 | By Derrick Morrison | Robin Blackburn introduces this collection of speeches, essays and correspondence, which includes the inaugural addresses of President Abraham Lincoln and the writings of Karl Marx.
Feb 7 2013 | By Chris Nineham | February 15 marks the tenth anniversary of the largest day of coordinated global protest in history. Activist and author Chris Nineham reflects on the lessons of the movement against the Iraq War.
Jan 31 2013 | By Al Engler | Bruce Livesey makes the case that the Canadian government and the courts turn a blind eye to scams, rip-offs and blatant frauds by brokers, investment houses, banks and corporate executives.
Jan 25 2013 | By Haseena Manek | The Almond Tree is the fictional memoir of Ichmad Hamid, a Palestinian man who is forced to the head of the family at the age of 12 when his father is arrested for terrorism.
Jan 17 2013 | By Ramona Wadi | Freedom Sailors is an account of how a small group of ordinary people conceived and executed what seemed like a grandiose plan to break Israel’s illegal military blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Jan 3 2013 | By Meghan Murphy | Unfortunately, I get the distinct feeling that both Wolf and Moran's recent publications are representative of the current climate of feminism today.
Dec 20 2012 | By rabble staff | It's been a busy year in the lounge! Here is a month by month look at rabble's top reviews from 2012.
Dec 13 2012 | By Amira Elghawaby | Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can't help but feel nostalgic.
Dec 6 2012 | By Corey Hill | Billed as a book for the children of the 99%, A is for Activist is the radical vision of Innosanto Nagara, a graphic designer and social justice activist from Oakland, California.