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7 Novels With Chronologies That Will Break You
We all love to be fooled. Some authors take this a little further than others. While all narrative is trickery in a sense, there are books that mess with...
The Time Traveler’s Wife
and the Rise Of The Literary Hybrid
I will never forget the two days I lost to the astonishing novel The Time Traveler’s Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger, in which an artist falls in love with a...
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Book Recommendations from Your Favorite Authors
It’s an oft-repeated maxim: to be a great writer, one must first be a great reader. So who better to ask for reading recommendations than your...
Five Novels that Play with Time
In Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation of The Shining, by Stephen King, the director uses time title cards to disrupt the viewer’s sense of time. The...
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Books to Read Based on Your Birth Order
Maybe you’re the seventh of twelve, or maybe you’re the first of one; whichever it is, your birth order definitely has an effect on your...
Big Books to Get Snowed in With
Sure, you could take Anna Karenina to the beach, but with all those titillating distractions right in front of you, it can be hard to concentrate on the...
10 Books You Should Finally Read in 2015
Life’s not getting any easier—and neither are these books. While there’s nothing wrong with reading a brisk spy novel or a weepy romance or a horror...
The Bone Clocks
is David Mitchell’s Mid-Life Crisis Novel
All of the characters in David Mitchell’s ingenious, interlocking new novel The Bone Clocks are striving for immortality, be it figurative...
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What to Read Next if You Liked
What I Know for Sure, The Bone Clocks, We Are Not Ourselves, Personal
What I Know for Sure, by Oprah Winfrey, collects pearls of wisdom and life lessons from more than 14 years of her columns in O, The Oprah Magazine. These...
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The Bone Clocks
, David Mitchell Reinvents the Novel—Again
In reviewing The Bone Clocks, the newest novel from David Mitchell, Publisher’s Weekly asked, “is this the most complex novel ever written, or...