Tony Daniel review of Dave Eggers’s “The Monk of Mokha” Available at The Federalist

Tony Daniel says Dave Eggers’s new nonfiction offering The Monk of Mokha delivers an entertaining tale weakened by identity politics and economic nonsense. It’s a mostly compelling book about immigrants and American entrepreneurship that gets sidetracked by a pointless desire to… Read More

Tony Daniel Reviews Historical Fiction Master Bernard Cornwell’s New Novel, ‘Fools and Mortals’

Tony Daniel reviews Bernard Cornwell’s latest historical novel, Fools and Mortals, at The Federalist. Tony says the books is a wry and tough-minded take on Shakespeare’s time, featuring Shakespeare’s younger brother, Richard, as the hero. Lots of historical theater… Read More

Tony Daniel Reviews Mark Helprin’s novel ‘Paris in the Present Tense’ at ‘The Federalist’

Tony Daniel reflects on the great writer Mark Helprin, and Helprin’s new novel, Paris in the Present Tense at The Federalist web site here.