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Cover Reveal: INFERNO by Dan Brown

Dan Brown’s new novel, Inferno, will be released May 14th, just in time for planes and beaches. Today, Random House ...

Complicated Thoughts About the New Dan Brown Book

Tuesday of this week was a banner day if you’re of the cynical persuasion. You probably had a field day ...

Larsson v. Brown: A Thriller Phenom Throwdown

With a certain erotic trilogy dominating best-seller lists these days, I’ve become nostalgic for the days when Dan Brown and ...

Top 10 Literary Quotes from The Simpsons

The Simpsons is famous for many things — being the longest running American sitcom (and animated series) ever, unleashing a ...

Flowchart Friday: Dan Brown Edition

Dan Brown told the Boston Globe this week that there’s another Robert Langdon book in the works. I am genuinely ...

How To Be a Discerning Reader

To me, one of more difficult things about being a reader is explaining why I didn’t like a novel without ...

A Reader’s Drinking Game, First Edition

[Editor’s note: The idea for this post came from a Book Riot reader on Twitter. So thanks, S.M. Hineline!] You know ...

Good Writers, Bad Blurbs: A Top 8 List

For obvious reasons, established writers are usually very selective about which novels they’ll blurb. Perhaps, sometimes, they should be more ...

Riot Recommendation: Like Dan Brown, but….

In Riot Recommendation, we take a request for a recommendation and turn it over to the Book Riot community to help ...

The books that occupy the Occupy movement

Forget outdoor supply stores, books have been central to equipping the Occupy movement. For many of those camped out in ...

GENRE KRYPTONITE: Vince Flynn — A Poor Man’s Tom Clancy

We thought Kit’s post about the genres we have an inexplicable weak spot for was so inspired that we thought ...