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Escape the Winter Blues with These 1980s (and 80s-Inspired) Novels
Few things satisfy that need for escapism during the cold winter months like 1980s fantasy movies—shout-out to Labyrinth and Legend—so here’s a list...
5 Reasons We Can’t Wait to Read
The Girl on the Train
Author Paula Hawkins’ Next Book
If you needed one more reason to fervently await spring fever, here you go: Paula Hawkins just announced that her follow-up to smash hit thriller The...
books you need to read
5 Books that Contain Amazing Self-Contained Scenes
A great book is more than the sum of its parts—there’s always something you can’t quite put your finger on that elevates a book to a work of art...
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Joe Hill: Author of
and Hero of Horror
When you’re a child of Stephen King, it’s perfectly understandable if your mind is a little…twisted. Luckily for the world at large, Joe...
7 Things I Learned from Atul Gawande’s
Sometimes the right book comes your way at exactly the right time. I’ve always loved Atul Gawande’s writing—with his compassion and common sense,...
5 Reasons to Read Terry Brooks’
The High Druid’s Blade
Comparable in size and scope to Tolkien’s Middle-earth, Feist’s Midkemia, and Silverberg’s Majipoor, Terry Brooks’ Shannara is among the most...
5 Reasons You Should Preorder Robert Galbraith’s
Everyone knows the story of the quiet critical success of Robert Galbraith’s debut, The Cuckoo’s Calling, which garnered great reviews and...
: Singing the San Francisco Blues
Juliet’s father in “Romeo and Juliet” tends to get off easy. Audiences feel bad for both sets of parents, Capulet and Montague, at the...
5 Reasons You Should Read Charlaine Harris’s
, Out Today
Charlaine Harris is an icon. She’s found success writing mysteries (the Aurora Teagarden series), gothic horror (Sweet and Deadly), and paranormal...
Four Books that Celebrate Romance (and Suspense!) This Spring
It’s beginning to feel like spring at last! Trees are in bud, tulips are poking up from the soil, and mittens have been tossed to the back of the closet...
5 Reasons You Must Read John Corey Whaley’s
“Listen: I was alive once and then I wasn’t.” It won’t be the first or last YA book to make me cry, but John Corey Whaley’s...
books you need to read
4 Reasons April is an Amazing Month for YA Books
This year, April brings showers, impending flowers, and some young adult fiction so mindblowingly good it’ll spring clean your brain. It’s the...