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What to Read Next If You Liked Paper Towns, The Goldfinch, Big Little Lies, In the Kingdom of Ice, or Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

What to Read Next If You Liked Paper Towns, The Goldfinch, Big Little Lies, In the Kingdom of Ice, or Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

Paper Towns, by John Green, has practically everything you could want in a YA novel: a mystery, a revenge plot, an epic road trip, and unrequited love. I say “practically everything,” because what it lacks, of course, is a screaming […]

by × August 28, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, Dragonfly in Amber, The Blood of Olympus, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, or The Grain Brain Cookbook

What to Read Next if You Liked Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, Dragonfly in Amber, The Blood of Olympus, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, or The Grain Brain Cookbook

Three years after the mammoth success (in every sense) of 1Q84, the newest work from Japanese literary superstar Haruki Murakami is finally available in English. Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, which famously sold over a million copies […]

by × August 21, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Invisible Bridge, Allegiant, The Giver, The Alchemist, or Maximum Ride

What to Read Next if You Liked The Invisible Bridge, Allegiant, The Giver, The Alchemist, or Maximum Ride

The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan, by Rick Perlstein, is the highly controversial, much discussed account of the end of one iconic political carrer and the liftoff of another. Bookend the experience by going […]

by × August 14, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked A Spy Among Friends, The Dark Knight Returns, Where She Went, Humans of New York, or Wayfaring Stranger

What to Read Next if You Liked A Spy Among Friends, The Dark Knight Returns, Where She Went, Humans of New York, or Wayfaring Stranger

A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal, by Ben Macintyre, author of Operation Mincemeat, bills itself as the true story of one of the 20th century’s longest-running acts of espionage: at the height of the Cold War, […]

by × August 7, 2014 ×

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What to Read in August

What to Read in August

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! Joel: Cinnamon and Gunpowder, by Eli Brown If the romantic comedy you’ve […]

by × August 1, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked A Discovery of Witches, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Insurgent, A Game of Thrones, or America

What to Read Next if You Liked A Discovery of Witches, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, Insurgent, A Game of Thrones, or America

A Discovery of Witches, by Deborah Harkness, offers readers many pleasures, not the least among them a plot-driving quest to discover ancient hidden secrets and historical artifacts that are of great consequence to a modern world that includes witches, vampires, […]

by × July 31, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked The Book of Life, The Mockingbird Next Door, The Signature of All Things, The Alliance or Factory Man

What to Read Next if You Liked The Book of Life, The Mockingbird Next Door, The Signature of All Things, The Alliance or Factory Man

By now you’ve no doubt torn through The Book of Life, the concluding volume in Deborah Harkness’ trilogy about a historian whose discovery of an ancient manuscript clues her in to a reality of witches, vampires, time travel, and a whole hidden world […]

by × July 24, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked One Plus One, Four, The Boys in the Boat, Diary of a Mad Diva, or I Am Pilgrim

What to Read Next if You Liked One Plus One, Four, The Boys in the Boat, Diary of a Mad Diva, or I Am Pilgrim

With a colorful cast of characters, a conceit that strains—but never breaks—your sense of willing disbelief (wealthy CEO falls into relationship with his house cleaner and her wacky brood? I’ll allow it), and a tried-and-true road trip format, One Plus […]

by × July 17, 2014 ×

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What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

After an avalanche of pre-release hype and an endorsement by no less than Stephen Colbert, Edan Lepucki’s dystopian debut, California, is finally out. If you’ve already discovered that all the buzz (“lush, intricate, deeply disturbing” —Jennifer Egan) about this character-based […]

by × July 10, 2014 ×