Rick McGinnis reviews recent books by the Hitchens brothers (The Rage Against God by Peter Hitchens and Hitch-22 by Christopher Hitchens) in the October Interim. Here’s a sample, on Hitch-22:

If the book ends weakly, it’s largely because, after dropping names for several hundred pages, he expresses his contentment at ending up in the company of a “party of positive non-belief” – anti-religious proselytisers such as Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins, the latter a man possessed of undeniable intellect who becomes one of the world’s most overweening bores when he climbs on the high horse of crusading atheism.