Articles Tagged ‘book reviews’
If you think about it, video games are kind of like modern day fairy tales. You inhabit a main character who takes you through a…
Let me get this out of the way: Freedom, Jonathan Franzen’s Great American Novel, defeated me. These cold winter months may have me crawling back…
Sharon Pomerantz’s debut novel, Rich Boy, was published by a company called Twelve, which values books so much it only puts out one a month and really lovingly delivers that selection to the world. For that reason alone, I wanted to love this book.
Reviews of This Must Be the Place by Kate Racculia, The Carrie Diaries by Candace Bushnell…and more!
The Privileges, Jonathan Dee’s newest novel, comes with a pedigree of blurbs that any New York Times Book Review reader would drool over.
A truly good book makes you stay up late, miss your train stop, forget the weather. It makes you wish the author would write a thousand more pages, just letting the characters’ lives roll on and on as if they were friends you can catch up with all at once.