The older I get, the less I know.
Moe takes readers to a trip to the "cool neighborhood," where all the trendsetters and scenesters breed.
A new Robert Galbraith aka JK Rowling book is out now and initially, it illustrates that the "Harry Potter" author can write enthralling tales outside of Hogwarts—ones that are bloodcurdling, too.
Halloween is a time for scares and thrillers and as if the bestselling author John Grisham was appointed by his horde of fans to make the monster season better, the novelist delivers with an all-new, no holds barred thriller "Rogue Lawyer" set to release on Oct. 20.
"The Heart Goes Last" is the latest from award-winning author Margaret Atwood. Fans have waited for one and a half decade for this standalone book and proving once again the writer is not capable of producing a middling title, makes these 15 long years worth twiddling thumbs for.
"The Enemy Within" by Gary Knott takes readers to a thrilling adventure sought after by the young protagonists in it. Set in the year 1975, the mystery tale follows a group of youngsters whose goal is to have the best school holiday ever.
Alexandra Burt's "Little Girl Gone" has arrived and its publisher Avon touts the new tome as "Gone Girl Meets the Girl on the Train." Peddled as the next must-have, the psychological thriller explores the unexplained disappearance of baby Mia Paradise, an incident that mom Estelle did not bother to report to the authorities.
At the start of the month of September, the literary world was greeted by Jonathan Franzen's new book "Purity." The tome is an encapsulation of mirth, the search for order in chaos, unforgettable characters, familial dysfunction, blatant animosity towards technology and a declaration of love for Charles Dickens.
Award-winning author Lauren Groff is back with another page-turner and this time, she takes a shot at racing into the whirlpool that is marriage by playing with creativity, perception and Shakespeare. Her latest work titled "Fates and Furies" is described by the writer's website as "exhilarating" and that is promised to exceed expectations.
Reading can be an addiction and there are lots of ways to know if books have become your obsession. Spending hours checking out titles and sometimes smelling the pages is just one. Another is your adamant stance to put reading first before social activities. Being member of multiple book clubs too.
'Game of Thrones' Book 6 'Winds of Winter' Release Date: Biggest Spoiler Theories to Watch Out For [Rumors]
With "Winds of Winter" still not finished, fans have no book to latch on when it comes to figuring out what's next for the people of Westeros and beyond. This is why a lot of theories about the certain mysteries in the books are in the wild.
"Z for Zachariah" recently made its way into the big screen. But it wasn't as loyal to its source material written by Robert C. O'Brien back in 1974. While the post-apocalyptic thriller film had nods to certain elements in the book, the differences certainly dominate.
While you reread and relive the moment the boy who lived was told he was a wizard to becoming the greatest one there is, try not to decide against exploring other magical worlds that, to your surprise, actually abound and await to be explored.
In the name of wider discoverability of books, New York Times is separating middle-grade books from young adult ones starting tomorrow, August 21. Thanks to this change, paperbacks should belong to an entirely different list, so do the hardcover ones.
Non-readers have their own reasons they hate to engage in the activity. It may be because books give them terrible headaches or absolute boredom. Although others believe that reading isn't for everyone, these five titles will bring someone who hates reading to open a paperback.