Review by Leah Dearborn
Regardless of whether it lives up to the hype, 'The Queen of the Tearling' deserves better than to be lauded only as a Frankenstein product of popular literature.
Review by Cath Murphy
Rachel Seiffert made a huge impression with her debut 'The Dark Room', but does her latest novel live up to that early promise?
Review by Christine J. Schmidt
Mike McCormack's second short story collection is a chilling portrait of the "humanity" that's to come.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky July 7, 2014
A mainstream page-turner about a shape-shifting killer chasing love across the ages. Also, the people trying to get away from him.
Review by Ryan Peverly July 7, 2014
In dystopian America, a couple flees what used to be L.A. for the wilderness, and, along the way, stumble upon weird connections to their past and make difficult decisions about their future.
Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of the novel "Endangered" by Jean Love Cush.
Review by Christopher Shultz June 18, 2014
The follow-up to 2012's well-received 'Dare Me' is damn good. What else can I say?
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard June 12, 2014
A fast-paced novel about the dark side of celebrity: scandalous parties, tailor-made drugs, cloistered, mute wives and...animal shaped grilled cheese sandwiches?
Review by Cath Murphy June 12, 2014
What appears to be an ordinary mystery turns into something much weirder. But then this novel is about Shirley 'The Lottery' Jackson.
Review by Leah Rhyne June 11, 2014
'Inside Madeleine', a collection of short stories by Paula Bomer, takes you into the world of troubled young women. It's anything but pretty...
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky June 10, 2014
A novel based on the award winning app about an epidemic of silence.
Review by Dean Fetzer
Global warming's gone mad and old people want to die - so what does that leave the kids?
Review by Stephanie Bonjack
Follow the unexpected journey of Theremin inventor Lev Sergeyevich Termen from Moscow to Prohibition New York to a gulag in the Russian taiga. There's a love story and espionage too.
Review by Brian McGackin June 9, 2014
al•le•go•ry, \ˈa-lə-ˌgȯr-ē\, noun: a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life or for a political or historical situation. [Merriam-Webster]
Review by Keith Rawson June 4, 2014
Is Thomas Beller's slim biography of J.D. Salinger a worthwhile window into the immortal writer's life, or will you want to escape its pages as quickly as possible?
Review by Leah Dearborn
The stories in 'FaceOff' include a chase for a pervert who really likes milk, the deathbed confession of a Mod punk from sixties Brighton, and a cameo by R.L. Stine’s Slappy the Dummy.
Bookshots: 'The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression' by Amity Shlaes and Paul RivocheReview by Dean Fetzer
A graphic novel primer of the political and economic events during America's Great Depression of the 1930s.
Review by Christopher Shultz
This book is not a crime novel, not really. That doesn't mean it's a bad book.
Review by Chris Rosales
Bookshots: Cold in July. The novel that inspired the new film by the same name.
Review by Brian McGackin
Once upon a few decades ago there was a desert man fish king oasis nailed to the cross witch witch fight the Demon Taming Stick sir stab him in the throat do you know where their treasure is?
Review by Tiffany Turpin Johnson
Single mother Sarah just lost her only son to a skiing accident and thinks she'll never feel normal again, until his secret girlfriend turns up with an even bigger secret in her womb.
Review by Christine J. Schmidt May 13, 2014
George Singleton's short story collection checks glamor at the door.
Review by Teeney Hood
Lena, a transcriptionist for a New York daily, has a chance encounter with a woman who later commits suicide. Compelled to find out about this woman, Lena begins to question her own life.
Review by Keith Rawson
Is Asa Akira's 'Insatiable: Porn - A Love Story' just another porn queen gone rotten bio, or does it rise to the top of the heap and break new ground?