September 15, 2014

Adrift in Dubai: Joseph O'Neill's The Dog

Joseph O’Neill’s new novel has been long-listed for the Man Booker Prize – and only adds to the achievement that is The Dog.

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September 14, 2014

James Patterson Takes on Teen Girls in Homeroom Diaries

James Patterson isn’t exactly renowned (yet) for writing novels about teen girls, but Homeroom Diaries proves that he’s more than a mystery genre star.

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September 13, 2014

The Mob Takes on Terrorism: Lorenzo Carcaterra's The Wolf

In his new novel, The Wolf, New York Times bestselling author Lorenzo Carcaterra stages a fight to the death between organized crime and international terrorism.

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September 12, 2014

OKCupid Founder Christian Rudder on Your Profile Pic and More

Everyday eBook pinned down Christian Rudder just long enough to get some of our most burning data and dating questions answered. Here’s how it went.

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September 11, 2014

Exquisite, Complex, McEwan: The Children Act

In The Children Act by Ian McEwan, the modern-day complexities of everyday life underlie the intriguing, exquisite story he tells.

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September 10, 2014

On Losing a Child: Rare Bird by Anna Whiston-Donaldson

'I wish I had nothing to say on the nature of loss, but I do. Because one ordinary day, I encouraged my two kids to play in the rain. And only one came back.' –Anna Whiston-Donaldson

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September 9, 2014

Station Eleven: Emily St. John Mandel on Survival and Story

This is the way the world ends in Emily St. John Mandel's new novel, Station Eleven: Almost everyone dies. The Georgia Flu pandemic wipes out 99.99 percent of the world's population in about a month. The lights turn off, gas runs out, and time is divided between before and after. We start over at Year […]

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