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15 Love Stories to Match Your Valentine’s Day Mood
It’s almost Valentine’s Day—and the perfect time to year to read a love story. But our tastes in romantic tales vary as much as our dating...
The Best New Fiction of January 2018
January brings us several irresistible pairings: Two historical novels about the acting and writing life, one set during the glitz and glamour of early...
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Paris for One & Other Stories
Who doesn’t dream of jetting off to Paris for a romantic couples weekend? Wine, cheese, the Eiffel tower—all in one beautiful place that simply...
Summer Adaptations We Can’t Wait to See
There’s nothing better than grabbing a book and wiling away a lazy summer afternoon reading under a tree—but for those days when it gets so hot...
Asks What Happens To Those Left Behind
(Warning: spoilers ahead for those who haven’t yet read Jojo Moyes’ Me Before You.) Louisa Clark is back in After You, the long-awaited sequel to...
What to Read After
The Rosie Effect
The Rosie Project and its sequel, The Rosie Effect, both by Graeme Simsion, leave readers wanting more. More theories from protaganist Don, a sharply...
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4 New Books We Want to See on the Big Screen
We all know the book is better than the movie, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love spending two escapist hours in the dark with characters we...
You Don’t Need a Beach to Love these 10 Books, But it Wouldn’t Hurt
The perfect beach book combines maximum readability with a story you can dip in and out of it without losing the thread, built sturdily enough to...
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What to Read Next if You Liked
All the Light We Cannot See, If I Stay, Unbroken, Me Before You
If you enjoyed the romance and wartime verisimilitude of All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr, you’ll appreciate the epic sweep of Julie...