Review by Teeney Hood
When Josephine learns the father of her two children and husband of sixteen years is having an affair, she ejects him from the home and takes control of her own life.
Review by Christopher Shultz
This re-release of Lukyanenko's seminal work offers a new experience for digital-age kids, and a surprise for longstanding fans.
Review by Keith Rawson
Sex, drugs, booze, Montana, obsessive frenemies, and the mystery of dead hobo daddies makes 'Nothing' By Anne Marrie Wirth Cauchon one of the most impressive debuts of 2013.
Review by Leah Rhyne
In 'Starling,' Sage Stossel, an artist with The Atlantic, breathes new life into the superhero comic with a frustrated, procrastinating heroine poised to save the day.
Review by Ryan Peverly
A review of the novel "S." by renowned filmmaker J.J. Abrams and author Doug Dorst.
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard
Fanfiction—love it or hate it, it's here to stay. Anne Jamison takes us on an in-depth exploration of this increasingly popular literary world.
Review by Leah Dearborn
The walls of the Chelsea Hotel have seen it all, from Jackson Pollock vomiting profusely on the dining room carpet to the drug-fueled murder of Nancy Spungen.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
The dead are coming back to life, but they don't want to eat your brain, they want to destroy the economy.
Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of "The Mongolian Conspiracy" by Rafael Bernal, translated by Katherine Silver
Review by Cath Murphy
Robert 'Dog Soldiers' Stone's new novel searches for redemption in a New England college town.