Charlie Jane Anders Challenges the Definition of Humanity, One Book at a Time

Charlie Jane Anders follows her award-winning All the Birds in the Sky with a new sci-fi novel that questions what it means to be human. And it doesn't skimp on the feelings part either.

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2019 Whiting Award Winners

Congratulations to the recipients who are being recognized for "early accomplishment and the promise of great work to come."

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The River Behind "The River" - by Peter Heller

The author recounts a real-life river trip that gave him the setting to his latest novel.

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Mel Robbins's Favorite Recent Reads

"Nothing settles me more than a really good read," says Mel Robbins, author of the motivating and bestselling The 5 Second Rule. See what Robbins is reading and loving lately.

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10 Books Coming Soon to Screens Big and Small

Intense love, intergalactic conflict, and creepy zombie cats make the jump from page to screen this spring.

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Weekend Reading

In this week's edition, the Bubonic plague, a brutal but beautiful debut about the bond between two brothers, two fantastical historical fictions, and a novel Louise Erdrich says "makes a compelling case for compassion over blame."

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Harlan Coben's Favorite Recent Reads

Harlan Coben tells us what he's been reading and loving lately, even as his new thriller, Run Away, hits shelves this week.

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The Amazon Book Review Podcast: The Best Books of March

Nevermind the dubious ventilation. Let's get in a room and talk about our favorite books. 

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of March

Here are four mysteries and thrillers that we loved this month, along with a link to all of our Best Mysteries & Thrillers of the month.

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"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Turns 50

Celebrating 50 years of a beloved children's book with a short video from author Eric Carle.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of March: 6 Top Picks

New books from award-winning authors, a Mars-set thriller, an ice age that threatens Earth, and dragons (so many dragons!) are among the best science fiction and fantasy books of March.

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Embarrassed by the Book You're Reading?

Don't be.

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Best Books of the Month: Biographies & Memoirs

March is stuffed with great biographies and memoirs. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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National Book Critics Circle Award Winners

The National Book Critics Circle handed out awards for fiction, nonfiction, biography, autobiography, criticism, and poetry for outstanding books published in 2018.

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Weekend Reading

After a long winter, warm and sunny weather is coming to town. What does this mean for book reading?

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