Holiday books roundup: Critics' choice
November 24, 2012 - 3:34 PM
Our top ten book critics each offer a suggestion for one remarkable book.
"William Craig's debut book, Yankee Come Home: On the Road From San Juan Hill to Guantanamo (Walker), is a delicious bouillabaisse that blends history, memoir, travelogue and political broadside. Craig is a vocal anti-imperialist, a powerful critic of the 2003 U.S. invasion, and subsequent occupation of Iraq, which he regards as only the latest in a string of hubristic U.S. imperial misadventures that he traces back to 1898 in Cuba (the Spanish-American War)."
To read the rest of the choices, click here.