Rebecca Silver Slayter

Book Review
May 31, 2007
 The Mole Chronicles

A cautious life

Rebecca Silver Slayter
Genetically predisposed toward malignant moles, <i>The Mole Chronicles</i>'s unnamed narrator and his sister, Lesley, are warned by their dermatologist to be cautious &#226;e" of the sun, of changin
Book Review
Mar 9, 2006
 In Praise of Slow: How a Worldwide Movement is Challenging the Cult of Speed

A snail's pace

Rebecca Silver Slayter
Speed has acquired an unnatural priority in the industrialized world, argues Carl Honor&#195;&#169; in <i>In Praise of Slow.</i> But an organic uprising of dawdlers is taking the time to build an alt
Book Review
Jan 11, 2006
 For Those Whom God Has Blessed with Fingers

Momentary lapses

Rebecca Silver Slayter
Ken Sparling, an agile minimalist, has stripped the novel form so bare that, after reading a few pages of <I>For Those Whom God Has Blessed with Fingers,</I> you may begin to fear that you are faced
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