Review by Keith Rawson December 23, 2013
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.
Column by Cath Murphy December 16, 2013
I promised at the last meeting of Bookaholics Anonymous that my habit was under control. That was before I started managing the Bookshots reviews...
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.
Column by BH Shepherd
A review of the new graphic novel from Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor.
Review by Ryan Peverly December 9, 2013
A review of the novel "S." by renowned filmmaker J.J. Abrams and author Doug Dorst.
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard December 5, 2013
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 November 28, 2013
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.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky November 20, 2013
Time for some literary urinalysis: A review of SGJ's latest.
Review by Teeney Hood November 19, 2013
A non-fiction romp through the lives of some of history's strangest, craziest, and angriest princesses.
Review by Leah Rhyne November 12, 2013
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 November 11, 2013
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.
Review by Cath Murphy November 7, 2013
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 November 6, 2013
The rise and fall of the controversial comic, set against an American backdrop of tumult and change.
Review by Cath Murphy November 5, 2013
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 November 5, 2013
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 November 4, 2013
Sex, drugs, and Christian online dating! Let's get ready to rumble with Jerry Stahl's latest satirical opus.
Review by Rajan Khanna October 29, 2013
A review of Mira Grant's "Parasite", where benevolent intestinal parasites prove more complicated than they first appear.
Review by Cath Murphy October 22, 2013
After the muted reaction to 'The Little Friend', Donna Tartt both returns to form and gives Dickens a run for his money with her latest novel, 'The Goldfinch.'
Review by Leah Dearborn October 21, 2013
Mysterious Tibetan monsters, Sherpas, Nazis, Royal Geographic Society snobs; this book has all the trappings of a classic exploration story.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky October 18, 2013
A review of the gender-bending dystopia set in a world without women.
Review by Brian McGackin October 17, 2013
Remember when you used to read poetry? Well you're about to start again.
Review by Cath Murphy October 15, 2013
Malcolm Gladwell gives hope to seven stone weaklings the world over with his new book 'David and Goliath'