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What Your Book Club Should Be Reading This Month

What Your Book Club Should Be Reading This Month

It’s back-to-school season, so the time is nigh for you to reinvigorate your book club’s reading list. To help, we’ve handpicked a selection of some of this fall’s best fiction. Dissected over wine, coffee, or chamomile tea, the stories below […]

by × September 23, 2014 ×

YA

5 Reasons September Is an Amazing Month for YA

5 Reasons September Is an Amazing Month for YA

I know, I know, EVERY month is an amazing month for YA, but this one is especially bursting with red-letter release days, of heart-wracking love stories, a backstage pass into YA heaven, a gripping meditation on bullying and suicide, and […]

by × September 16, 2014 ×

BOOKS YOU NEED TO READ

4 Sweeping Sagas to Lose Yourself In

4 Sweeping Sagas to Lose Yourself In

On rainy days in fall, there’s nothing better than curling up with a hefty book. Family sagas promise us book lovers a special kind of comfort: a nice, leisurely read that won’t end too soon. So make yourself some hot tea, pull up […]

by × September 9, 2014 ×

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4 New Books that Take You Behind the Scenes

4 New Books that Take You Behind the Scenes

It’s rare these days to catch a public servant in even a moment of spontaneity; their events and appearances are too carefully choreographed. (Even so-called “reality” shows featuring private citizens are often scripted to the point where unrehearsed moments are […]

by × September 2, 2014 ×

FICTION

No Time Machine? Try One of These New Works of Historical Fiction Instead

No Time Machine? Try One of These New Works of Historical Fiction Instead

If you’ve been watching the new TV adaptation of Outlander, you may recently have found yourself yearning for the chance to step back in time. And assuming your neighborhood is low on standing stones and ancient Druidic magic, your best […]

by × August 26, 2014 ×
4 YA Series You Should be Reading Right Now

4 YA Series You Should be Reading Right Now

When autumn starts peeking around the corner, it’s time to lay in stores of soup recipes, sweaters, and enough books to make yourself a little house built of chapters, because stay-in-the-house-reading weather always comes quicker than you think. Summer’s end […]

by × August 19, 2014 ×

NONFICTION

4 Gripping Works of Nonfiction for Readers Who Loved Unbroken

4 Gripping Works of Nonfiction for Readers Who Loved Unbroken

Since 2010 Unbroken, Laura Hillenbrand’s white-knuckle account of the near-fatal plane crash and subsequent internment of World War II hero and former Olympian Louis Zamperini, has captured the imagination of readers around the world. It’s landed on best-seller lists and reader […]

by × August 5, 2014 ×

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4 Heartwarming New Books About Family, Togetherness, and Other Hazards

4 Heartwarming New Books About Family, Togetherness, and Other Hazards

We read for pleasure of course, but also to help us understand the world around us—and what subject is more nuanced, complicated, and—ok, downright frustrating—than family? Summer may be the perfect time for fun, frivolous trips to the beach, but […]

by × July 29, 2014 ×

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5 Reasons July Is an Amazing Month for YA

5 Reasons July Is an Amazing Month for YA

This month’s most exciting young adult titles have it all—ghosts, superpowers, epidemics, and love in all its forms (star-crossed, triangular, requited, un…). Here are 5 great books hitting YA shelves now: Sinner, by Maggie Stiefvater A new Stiefvater book is […]

by × July 22, 2014 ×