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Prepare For The Royal Wedding With 50 Royal Reads

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Prepare For The Royal Wedding With 50 Royal Reads

If you’re anything like me, the new royal wedding is pretty much the only news you care about these days. But we have until May 2018 to wait until Prince...
“Strange Things Happen at Wolf Hall:” 14 Things We Learned At Hilary Mantel’s #BNAuthorEvent

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“Strange Things Happen at Wolf Hall:” 14 Things We Learned At Hilary Mantel’s #BNAuthorEvent

Hilary Mantel is the author of the wildly popular Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, two books that focus on Thomas Cromwell and the Tudors, and have...

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A Bookish Conversation with Hilary Mantel at her #BNAuthorEvent

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A Bookish Conversation with Hilary Mantel at her #BNAuthorEvent

Hilary Mantel recently visited the Union Square Barnes & Noble in Manhattan to sign copies of Wolf Hall & Bring Up The Bodies: The Stage...
Four Books That Won Big at the Tonys (and One We’re Waiting For)

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Four Books That Won Big at the Tonys (and One We’re Waiting For)

When you hear the word adaptation in reference to novels, you tend to think of big-budget TV series like HBO’s Game of Thrones or Starz’s Outlander, or...
Wolf Hall Recap: Master of Phantoms

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Wolf Hall Recap: Master of Phantoms

We’ve done it, y’all. We’ve made it to the end of Wolf Hall’s season without producing a male heir for Henry. I’m amazed...

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Wolf Hall Recap: Crows

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Wolf Hall Recap: Crows

Much has happened in the first four episodes of Wolf Hall. It’s okay to be a little tired. Henry sure is. After Cromwell sneakily arranged a visit to...
Wolf Hall Recap: The Devil’s Spit

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Wolf Hall Recap: The Devil’s Spit

It’s a…girl! Yes, Anne Boleyn has birthed a daughter, and Henry is absolutely delighted. He’s so excited by the news that he immediately does...
Wolf Hall Recap: Anna Regina

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Wolf Hall Recap: Anna Regina

“People should say whatever it takes to keep them alive.” Despite her faults, Anne Boleyn can sure hit it on the nose, and her utterance to Cromwell...
4 Reasons to Read Wolf Hall Before You Watch the Show

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4 Reasons to Read Wolf Hall Before You Watch the Show

Hitch up your doublet and gird your loins: Wolf Hall is coming. The TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s book and its sequel, Bring Up the Bodies, will...
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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What to Read Next If You Liked The Innovators, The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, Lila, Sharp Objects, or The World of Ice & Fire

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...
Make Your Escape with These 10 Summer Book-cations

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Make Your Escape with These 10 Summer Book-cations

It’s not summer without searing hot car seats, miniature golf, and a page-turning novel you can’t seem to put down even though it’s your turn at...
10 Books to Read if You Love House of Cards

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10 Books to Read if You Love House of Cards

Are you staring listlessly into the void now that you’ve binge-watched your way through seasons one and two of the Netflix series House of Cards,...

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