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by Cynthia Marylee Molt
It was the highest-earning film for a quarter century. It set records for the total number of Oscar nominations and wins at the time. You’ve seen it, probably more than once. Before you watch it again, read this book!
by James Taylor
Fine things come in small packages—a cliché, but, written by a proper researcher and author, this small booklet is a fine introduction to an extraordinarily long-lived marque.
by Randy Rasmussen
Three classic horror films. Rasmussen’s prose takes us scene by scene into their terrors and madness. A diverting book. Light your candle on your great-grandmother’s skull, swipe away the cobwebs and, dear Speedreaders readers, read all about it.
by John Grisham
A tale of law students growing disillusioned—about their chosen profession, their mediocre school, crushing student loan debt. The students hatch a plan, and as so many plans hatched over a drink or three, things go a bit off the rails.
by Nubar S. Gulbenkian
Eccentric and rich beyond measure, this Armenian business magnate and international playboy cut a large figure in life and even in death. An insightful and entertaining portrait of one of the key figures involved in the international oil trade beginning before the First World War.
by Bill Warren
Warren’s book will absolutely answer any question you might have concerning vintage Sci-Fi cinema, along with many, many things you would not even think to ask. That this book is inclusive is the understatement of the past, the present—and the FUTURE!
Executive Editor: Mark Savage
What had been a hobby for pre-teen male gearheads back into the late 1950s and 1960s has grown up. Scale Auto Magazineprovides today’s (mostly adult) hobbyists with information and inspiration. Editor Mark Savage and his team do this well, publishing a handsome and useful magazine every other month.
by Max Aub
Bruñuel was known to take liberties in the telling of his life and deeds but the author kept him on the straight and narrow. His avant-garde films are difficult to parse and take effort. So does this book.
by Joe Hagan
At the best of times, Rolling Stone magazine was, and once more is, so much more than merely a chronicle of the music industry or popular culture. It showcased heavy-hitting political reporting and writers who would become literary luminaries. This masterful biography offers a look behind the curtain.
by Kenneth Womack
Still can’t enough of Beatles material? This book shows how important Martin’s contributions and collaborations were to the Beatles’ recorded music, and it shows his profound concern for both the music and for the band.
by Lars Mytting
This book has sold more than 200,000 copies in Norway and Sweden alone. What?? This US edition is updated to include market-specific resources.
by Joe Van Horn
Speedreaders is often unique in the material we review—and proud of it. Here is a music catalogue that may periodically come to your house. But we sometimes do more than a mere review; this essay is both informational and illuminating.