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More Books to Read if You Loved Gone Girl

More Books to Read if You Loved Gone Girl

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So, you read Gone Girl in one white-knuckled sitting. Then, in no time flat, you tore through our previous suggested list of novels to fill the Gone Girl-shaped hole in your life. That’s okay:...
10 Must-Reads for Liane Moriarty Fans

10 Must-Reads for Liane Moriarty Fans

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Liane Moriarty’s books are my go-to recommendation for anyone who has found themselves in the unfortunate (but exciting!) position of not knowing what book they should pick up next. This...
What to Read Next if You Never Stopped Loving Robin McKinley’s The Hero and the Crown

What to Read Next if You Never Stopped Loving Robin McKinley’s The Hero and the Crown

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Like so many readers, I first discovered Robin McKinley’s Newbery Award—winning epic fantasy novel The Hero and the Crown as a teenager. Dragged along to a yard sale with my mother, I...
What to Read Next if You Liked Everything I Never Told You, The Wild Truth, The Human Age, So Anyway…, or No Hero

What to Read Next if You Liked Everything I Never Told You, The Wild Truth, The Human Age, So Anyway…, or No Hero

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Everything I Never Knew, by Celeste Ng, has been lauded as one of the year’s best debut novels. The delicately written story of a missing Chinese American teenager in the 1970s is equal...
What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

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Every fan of The Princess Bride is sure to fall in “twue wuv” with As You Wish, a loving memoir of the making of one of the most universally adored movies in history by the Dread...
What to Read in November

What to Read in November

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Each month we ask a panel of our bloggers to suggest a book based on what they’re reading right now. Here’s what we think you should read this month! Nicole: The Walled City, by Ryan Graudin...
What to Read Next If You Liked The Innovators, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, Lila, Sharp Objects, or The World of Ice & Fire

What to Read Next If You Liked The Innovators, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, Lila, Sharp Objects, or The World of Ice & Fire

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The Innovators, by Walter Isaacson, is the latest fascinating dive into tech history from the author of Steve Jobs. Widening his scope from one man to the birth of an entire medium, the book...
What to Read Next if You Liked 13 Hours in Benghazi, The Broken Eye, The Miniaturist, The Children Act, or Rebel Yell

What to Read Next if You Liked 13 Hours in Benghazi, The Broken Eye, The Miniaturist, The Children Act, or Rebel Yell

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13 Hours in Benghazi, by Mitchell Zuckoff, is a harrowing account of the tragedy that shook the nation and created a political firestorm. For another in-depth report on the story that won’t...
What to Read Next If You Liked This is Where I Leave You, Station Eleven, The Drop, The Best of Me, or The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

What to Read Next If You Liked This is Where I Leave You, Station Eleven, The Drop, The Best of Me, or The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace

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It’s no surprise that Jonathan Tropper’s This is Where I Leave You was made into a movie. Already, the book reads like just the kind of light, funny, heartfelt film you’d love...
What to Read Next If You Liked Broken Monsters, Voyager, The Marshmallow Test, The Paying Guests, or Not That Kind of Girl

What to Read Next If You Liked Broken Monsters, Voyager, The Marshmallow Test, The Paying Guests, or Not That Kind of Girl

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Broken Monsters, by Lauren Beukes, is the second creepy serial killer thriller from the author after her breakout success last year, The Shining Girls. And while she does this kind of...