The author of 'Let The Right One In' ups the ante with 'Harbor', a haunting tale about the ancient power of the sea and the inescapable sins of the father.
After over 30 years in the business, literary heavyweight Don Delillo finally published his first book of short stories.
Review by Richard Thomas
On November 22, 1963, three shots rang out in Dallas, president Kennedy died, and the world changed. What if you could go back and change it?
Murakami's latest is an epic genre mash-up that takes its time and does a whole lot of things right.
Review by John Jarzemsky
A review of the earnest, but ultimately unsatisfying geek sci-fi romp "Ready Player One."
Review by Devin Faraci
Pauline Kael reshaped the relationship the audience had with the movies, and created a new relationship between the critic and the masses. This is a review of her new biography, 'A Life In The Dark.'
Review by Keith Rawson
An inescapable underground prison, cabalistic secret organizations, psychological torture - It's all a standard day at the office in Duane Swierczynski's latest offering.
Review by Paul Graham Raven
This biography of Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com may not be packed with literary merit, but it clearly shows how Amazon took the throne in internet retail: we, its customers, put it there.
Review by Joe Daly
Enter literary time capsule, The 90s: The Inside Stories from the Decade That Rocked, a dense, slickly packaged “Best of” collection of original articles published by Rolling Stone magazine in the 90s