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New York Times Sunday Book Review
Updated: 19 hours 42 min ago
Chris Impey, the author of “Beyond: Our Future in Space,” says: “I grew up in a small, damp, cloudy country. The stars and space were not prominent in my childhood.”
Muhammad “no longer interests me,” Rénald Luzier, who works under the name Luz, said in an interview.
Saturday is Free Comic Book Day.
Readers respond to a recent review of Kate Bolick’s “Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own.”
The composer and author of “Words Without Music” says his favorite books about music “are not serious books about the philosophy of music or music awareness or whatever you want to call it.”
“A Sailor’s Story” by Sam Glanzman and “Joe Kubert: Enemy Ace” are reminders of the power of war comics.
An astronomer sees a glorious future for humankind in space — one that includes colonies on the moon and Mars in 2045.