April 20, 2012
Jens Lapidus has been hailed as the next Stieg Larsson and from his electrifying new crime novel, it is clear why. Lapidus' gritty story is set in Stockholm and depicts an underworld of Euro-mobsters. Connected with this sinister set is a group of rich, young things on the party scene, and it would appear a penchant for violence does not discriminate whether you're wearing Prada or prison couture.
April 11, 2012
In Dyson's latest brilliant work, he explores the origin and expansion of the digital universe -- which began with Turing's innovative vision, how code has taken over our world, and where the digital universe may be heading next. Dyson spoke with Everyday eBook and left us craving more of his theories and insights as to where our future lies.
March 12, 2012
Critically acclaimed author Dan Chaon is back with an outstanding collection of short stories, Stay Awake. And if you think you don’t like short stories, this haunting collection will change your mind.
January 21, 2012
Historically, doctors have expressed their unique viewpoints through literature. Writer, M.D., edited by Leah Kaminsky, celebrates this tradition with a collection of fiction and nonfiction by today’s most admired physician-writers. Kaminsky chatted with Everyday eBook and enlightened us about the inspiration for this extraordinary book.
December 1, 2011
When one of the top sports-medicine doctors in the country told Chris McDougall his foot injury demanded that he quit running, McDougall instead got a cortisone shot and a second opinion. And then a third. Because as he aptly analogizes in his fascinating 2009 narrative Born to Run, running is fundamentally about love.
November 16, 2011
Let’s face the facts: We, the imaginative species that we are, don’t often like to face the facts. Escapism is an accessory of human existence. So if we’re going to read nonfiction, it has to be pretty darn compelling. Lucky for us, leaving Plato’s cave has become slightly more tolerable with Eli Saslow’s book Ten Letters, a poignant portrait of American society as told through ten missives written to President Obama.