- July 24, 2000 | The Book Review
- Troubled Harry
Harry Potter's appeal isn't the cutesy magic but his struggle with the anxieties of pubescence; adults struggle with a childhood without innocence.
- September 4, 2000 | The Book Review
- The Powers That Bleed
Jane Mendelsohn returns with an arty tale of young girls and the vampires who love them; Rebecca Goldstein shows that even scientists can believe in souls.
- January 14, 2002 | The Book Review
- Favorite Sons
Theodore Rex By Edmund Morris
Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God
By Jack Miles
- December 11, 2000 | The Book Review
- Carr Crash
By Caleb Carr.
Random House; 278 pages; $25.95.
- January 22, 2001 | The Book Review
- Carre On
The Constant Gardener By John le Carre
- April 16, 2001 | The Book Review
- Holy Shtick
Walking The Bible: A Journey By Land Through the Five Books of Moses
By Bruce Feiler.
Wide As The Waters: The Story of the English Bible and the Revolution It Inspired
By Benson Bobrick
- May 28, 2001 | The Book Review
- Generation Vets
By Hampton Sides.
- March 4, 2002 | The Book Review
- Nanny Cam
The Nanny Diaries
By Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus.
- February 5, 2001 | The Book Review
- Battlefield Barbie
Shutterbabe By Deborah Copaken Kogan, The Art of Arts By Anita Albus
- December 17, 2001 | The Book Review
- Upon This Rock
By Kanan Makiya
Pantheon; 352 pages; $26.