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The Bookmonger with John J. Miller

By The Ricochet Audio Network

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Description

Hosted by John J. Miller of National Review, The Bookmonger features 10-minute interviews with today's top authors on current events, politics, history, and more.

Customer Reviews

Great podcast

The Bookmonger gives a ten minute review of new books on the market mostly from the center-right perspective. These interveiws feel longer and more indepth than ten minutes would allow John Miller is that good at giving an interview. I have many books on my reading list thanks to this podcast. It is well worth your time to listen to each episodes and discover a brand new and wonderful book to check out!

The Bookmonger - get it!

I like to read but I don't have the time to read everything. The Bookmonger podcast quickly focuses my selections. Politics, history, sports, biography, auto-biography - John J. Miller covers them all. The podcast is a quick burst of info that's short enough to be listened to on a break and long enough to cover the subject in some depth. Highly recommended.

Fast food for the mind (good fast food!)

My title — "Fast food for the mind" — is meant as a simple description and as a compliment. Bookmonger host John J. Miller, author and journalist, has a gift for introducing a large topic quickly by asking his guest simple questions (for example, "Who is H.L. Mencken? When did he live? Why is he important?"); but after establishing the outlines of the topic he is always able to penetrate a little deeper. I've listened to a lot of these (mostly on the web) and today I realized I ought to listen to them more often. I recommend the podcast.