King, Richard J.

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Ocean Bestiary: Meeting Marine Life from Abalone to Orca to Zooplankton

King’s writing style is delightful and witty; he is a natural storyteller. Readers will also love his illustrations, which have the power to put smiles on faces. Highly recommended for all academic libraries and publics too.


Gwendy’s Final Task

The final part of this trilogy wraps up the intriguing character arc of Gwendy, a character brought to life by Chizmar’s and King’s words, as well as the voice talents of Marin Ireland. Fans of King’s “Dark Tower” series will recognize the occasional nods to the mythos, but readers who have never read the books will still be drawn into this story, where the tension comes from Gwendy trying to stay ahead of those after the box and her own deteriorating condition.

Arendt and America

Admirably brings out the American dimension of Arendt's thought and will be of interest to all students of post-World War II American and European history. It compares favorably with Richard Wolin's Heidegger's Children.

The Devil's Cormorant: A Natural History

A work that is thorough and authoritative as well as charming, this title is highly recommended for those interested in the historical, cultural, and literary relationship between humans and the natural world.

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