WCPL Reviews

WCPL Reviews

1917 Film Review by Jacob Shriner

Directed by Sam Mendes and starring George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman, 1917 is a kinetic
cinematic experience immersing the audience in a relentlessly visceral journey that propels us through
the abject horror and occasional stark beauty of a single twenty-four hour period on the Western Front
at the height of the First World War. The film follows the efforts of two English infantrymen,…

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The Last Book on the Left Stories of Murder and Mayhem from History's Most Notorious Serial Killers…

Family Life Review by Melissa Skinner

“Family Life” by Indian author Akhil Sharma.
 
  This international fiction novel is about an immigrant family from Delhi.  Told from the perspective of a pre-teen boy, it highlights the struggle of those from India, as far as trying to navigate the gap between their traditional way of life, thoughts, and life in America.  With headstrong…

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