Review by Teeney Hood
A non-fiction romp through the lives of some of history's strangest, craziest, and angriest princesses.
Review by Leah Rhyne
With "A True Novel," Minae Mizumura transports readers from Japan to New York and back to Japan in a memoir-like story of classism, poverty, and star-crossed love.
Review by Christopher Shultz
This trippy precursor to the graphic novel, once out-of-print and hard to find, now has a spiffy new edition from Coach House Books.
Drabble picks up the thread of her 1965 novel 'The Millstone' in a tale of parenthood, missed opportunities and the anthropology of London suburbia.
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard
The rise and fall of the controversial comic, set against an American backdrop of tumult and change.
Jonathan Miles gets to the heart of modern life with a story about how what we want and don't want shapes us.
Review by Leah Dearborn
New author Paul Lynch uses sensational imagery to create an arresting tale of murder and revenge in the early 19th century.
Review by Keith Rawson
Sex, drugs, and Christian online dating! Let's get ready to rumble with Jerry Stahl's latest satirical opus.
Review by Rajan Khanna
A review of Mira Grant's "Parasite", where benevolent intestinal parasites prove more complicated than they first appear.