How THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW hits a bit differently during a period of quarantine.
Three debut novels to get excited about right now.
The question remains valid. Are we allowed to appreciate flawed books? On the surface, the answer is a clear yes. Nothing is without flaws, after all.
A grieving reader talks about some of the 250 books she in 2019 while grieving the death of her grandmother, and about how they provided relief.
The Night Circus quotes are instantly recognizable and always magical. These are some of our favorites lines from Morgenstern's work.
We're taking a look at the statistics of challenged and banned books, considering the Banned Books list, and some of the top challenged reads.
From a fictional feminist INTO THE WILD to a book about the history of time travel, these unconventional books about travel take the trope to new places.
Although many great stories begin with characters who have no family or are far away from them, there are stories where family takes center stage.
Just because you love the concept of zombies doesn't mean those stories don't give you nightmares, so we present these zombie books for scaredy cats.
Fiction and nonfiction from comic book writers worth checking out.
Taylor Jenkins Reid's critically acclaimed The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is being adapted for the small screen.
A 90s kid turns 28 and takes a bookish trip down memory lane, reflecting on books read at age eight in 1999 and age 18 in 2009.
From detectives to actresses to grandmothers, from age 50 to 110, explore a wide variety of experiences in the lives of older women through these reads.
These picture books about autism are accessible reads for leading children into a discussion about autism, and for helping family and friends understand.
Whether they're disasters from the start or facing nuanced challenges, the partnerships in these books about complicated marriages are compelling.