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We Turn The Page: First Person Plural Point Of View Books

We can't help but take notice when books use "we," the unusual first person plural point of view. The effect can be powerful.

8 Books About Women in Space

Out of this world books about women in space, including fiction and nonfiction like The Wanderers.

How are Older Adults Depicted In Fiction?

Fiction mostly focuses on younger protagonists, but are older characters always sidelined? One Rioter takes a look at fiction for the answer.

Here Are The Great Millennial Novels (So Far)

Who are the great Millennial writers, and, by extension, what are the great Millennial novels? Here are eight fantastic reads for your TBR, like Severance by Ling Ma.

8 Thrillers Set in Eerie Apartment Buildings

These thrillers set in creepy apartment buildings are full of mystery, secrets, and, in some cases, some not-so-friendly neighbors, including The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley.

Cormac McCarthy to Publish Two New Novels

Two new books from legendary American writer Cormac McCarthy will hit shelves this fall.

A Case for Genre Juggling: Balancing Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry

One reader and writer explains how she balances reading fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, often at the same time.

How Two Novelists and a Poet Made Me Change My Life

Are there certain books with topics you avoid? That you fear may leave you a little worse for wear? Here's what may happen if you read them.

8 Great Satiric Novels

Find great satiric novels that will make you both laugh and think with this eight of the best satires in fiction.

8 Stunning Debut Novels to Read This Fall

Break out your TBR list, and read on to make note of some of the best upcoming new debut books hitting shelves this fall, including The Last Chance Library by Freya Sampson and All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris.