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Island of Glass Concludes Nora Roberts’ Epic Guardians Trilogy

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Island of Glass Concludes Nora Roberts’ Epic Guardians Trilogy

I picked up Island of Glass, book 3 in the Guardians series, having not read books one and two. I also picked it up not having read any fantasies by Nora...
April’s Best New Fiction

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April’s Best New Fiction

Spring is in the air, the ground has thawed, and April’s literary offerings will have you digging deep, with rich family sagas that center on home and...
5 Books to Read Instead of Watching True Detective‘s Second Season

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5 Books to Read Instead of Watching True Detective‘s Second Season

Season One of HBO’s True Detective was a huge hit and an incredible pop culture moment. Feeding off the remarkable (and completely unpredicted)...

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What to Read Next if You Liked Everything I Never Told You, The Wild Truth, The Human Age, So Anyway…, or No Hero

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What to Read Next if You Liked Everything I Never Told You, The Wild Truth, The Human Age, So Anyway…, or No Hero

Everything I Never Knew, by Celeste Ng, has been lauded as one of the year’s best debut novels. The delicately written story of a missing Chinese...

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What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

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What to Read Next If You Liked As You Wish, Yes Please, The Peripheral, The Book of Strange New Things, or The Secret History of Wonder Woman

Every fan of The Princess Bride is sure to fall in “twue wuv” with As You Wish, a loving memoir of the making of one of the most universally...
What to Read in November

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What to Read in November

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!...

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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

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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...
What to Read in October

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What to Read in October

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!...
What to Read in September

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What to Read in September

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!...
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

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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

Three years after the mammoth success (in every sense) of 1Q84, the newest work from Japanese literary superstar Haruki Murakami is finally available in...
What to Read Next if You Liked The Invisible Bridge, Allegiant, The Giver, The Alchemist, or Maximum Ride

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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...
On Reading Bad Feminist at the Spa

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On Reading Bad Feminist at the Spa

I took Roxane Gay’s collection of essays, Bad Feminist, to a nail salon and read it while getting a pedicure. Though she confesses in an epilogue that...

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